For too many years, government, industry and academia worked in silos to solve overlapping problems. But let’s think about it: Why repeat work that is already done?
Find six takeaways on a recent survey about COVID-19’s impact on digital government and Americans’ expectations of technology and public services.
As the distance that networks cover grows, so do the chances of a cybersecurity incident disrupting agencies’ resilience. Cloud-based identity and access management (IAM) can free agencies from this predicament.
When it comes to cloud-native applications, security can’t be an afterthought. Instead of relying on bolted-on solutions and approaches, security must be integrated.
DevSecOps combines software development, IT operations and security into one business methodology that aims to continuously deliver high-quality software.
How might public-sector training look in the future? Meet microlearning.
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Going forward, the public and private sectors will need to defend their IT environments together if they are to stand a chance against the latest cyberthreats.
We might consider offering ourselves ample time and space to adapt to the disorientation we may experience within the weeks and months ahead, based on the very fact that we are not returning to our lives prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Welcome to the latest edition of GovLoop’s exciting federal employment opportunities roundup for the week of July 16, 2021.