FedScoop TV

Security automation is key to kickstarting zero trust journey, says USCIS

by FedScoop Staff

CISO Shane Barney shares his insights on the importance for agencies to invest early in security automation as a building block for zero trust.

Defense Intelligence Agency’s plans to strengthen its network resiliency

by FedScoop Staff

DIA CTO, Ramesh Menon discusses how cloud, zero-trust security requirements and data fabrics are redefining the agency’s network modernization priorities.

DOD CISO on aggressive schedule to meet zero trust security requirements

by FedScoop Staff

David McKeown on implementing zero trust throughout the whole department by the end of FY27, hopes to share robust plan with the entire federal government.

Zoom’s FedRAMP moderate accreditation expands its use in federal government

by FedScoop Staff

Lou Giglio, federal head for Zoom Video Communications discusses their recent accreditation from the U.S. Air Force and DISA and other communication trends.

Dept. of Labor says zero trust is “revolutionary, not evolutionary”

by FedScoop Staff

Paul Blahusch on why implementing zero trust principles across the department is going to be an architectural change.

Cloud decreased the cost of developing business applications says Maximus’ Scott Barr

by FedScoop Staff

Maximus joins FedScoop at FedTalks 2022.

Aaron McElroy from Avature on improving CX during the government hiring process

by FedScoop Staff

FedScoop speaks with Avature at FedTalks 2022

Contrast Security’s Jeff Williams discusses challenges in application security

by FedScoop Staff

Contrast Security joins FedScoop at FedTalks 2022.

Chris Roberts from Quest says agencies are shifting IT investments to governance

by FedScoop Staff

Quest catches up with FedScoop at FedTalks 2022.

Pega’s Doug Averill on leveraging CX EO to drive fast and pervasive change

by FedScoop Staff

FedScoop speaks with Pega at FedTalks 2022.

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