DevSecOps features continuously delivering high-quality software by combining software development, IT operations and security into one process.
There are still unknowns about what government operations will look like going forward, but one thing is certain: This new normal won’t be a mirror image of what we experienced pre-COVID-19.
Two Defense Logistics Agency leaders describe how DLA handles its cybersecurity intelligence and share best practices for other agencies.
With telework looking like an increasingly long-term capability for agencies, here are three tips for working remotely and securely no matter your location.
As the pace of digital innovation intensifies, agencies are looking to technology to meet emerging requirements and fulfill mission needs. In this environment, the use of cloud-native tools is a game-changer for app development.
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” is a mentality that has stymied governments for decades — robbing agencies of the benefits that come from incrementally improving operations and adapting to change.
Adapting to the coronavirus meant that many agencies had to work in ways that were completely at odds with the capacity and IT configurations already in place.
In response to the global need to work from home, we’ve seen many government agencies put a renewed focus on equipping their workforces with modern, mission-critical technologies.
As software applications transform government, they also expand its potential attack surface and increase the potential for fraud and abuse, particularly phishing attacks.
Backing up your cloud environment is an important first step to making sure that your data and infrastructure is always available, but it doesn’t solve everything.