The Defense Department took steps toward overhauling antiquated software acquisition processes and moving toward a modern software-based IT strategy.
If one thing is constant in the IT world, it’s change. Technology and procedures are often changing for the better in government, which improves processes and services that citizens can then use to improve their lives.
Trump’s fiscal 2020 budget lists a slight increase for federal cybersecurity spending, and a minor drop in federal IT spending.
Agencies should adopt a layered security approach that combines access, identity and security event management to detect and disrupt insider threats before damage is done.
GAO released the 2019 High Risk List for this year. The report has led to savings of nearly $350 billion over the past 13 years, according to GAO.
Implementing a cloud-managed network is the solution for state and local government officials who believe their organizations lag behind the private sector in offering digital services to users. When executed properly, the cloud can help governments save money, increase security and improve citizen experiences.
If you haven’t had a chance to look through the spending legislation for this fiscal year, we’ve highlighted some interesting points in the areas of IT and the federal workforce.
The common trait insider threats have is their access to an agency’s internal data, IT infrastructures and security practices.
Without a modern network, it’s nearly impossible for state and local governments to meet growing citizen expectations, security standards, maintenance requirements and more.
What exactly does the CSF recommend and how can governments use it to tackle their own unique organizational concerns?