The MGT Act has revamped national efforts to upgrade IT systems, but there remain fundamental questions about the government’s role in technology.
Fear not – GovLoop’s latest explainer video describes why blockchain might become the protection today’s governments need.
Federal spending on software totals more than $6 billion a year and is an area ripe for savings. Here are some tips to get software spending under control.
Cybersecurity is a vast and varied field for government, especially when you consider budget and workforce shortages that can further strain cyber teams. However, many agencies are stepping up to the challenge and finding innovative ways to address cyberthreats. Broadly, there are four major cyber advancements we see across government.
Among the chief benefits of government-grade clouds is that they help agencies manage their growing mission compute needs while remaining nimble and well-shielded from cyberthreats.
It is true that increased sophistication of certain cyberattacks require equally serious emergency preparedness. But let’s not make it so easy for cyber criminals to take advantage of us by following a few simple guidelines to protect ourselves and the public organizations we work for.
This article is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent report titled “Your Guide to Key Advancements in Government Cybersecurity.” Download the full report here. A cyberthreat against one is a cyberthreat against all, especially for state and local governments. They are increasingly uniting against their common enemies to boost their mutual cybersecurity postures. And the foes are… Read more »
Part of the challenge for companies and their government customers is trying to keep pace with constantly evolving cyberthreats while wading through regulatory hurdles.
The 15th Annual Symantec Government Symposium will bring together 800 attendees from the public and private sector on Tuesday, October 30 in Washington, D.C. to foster dialogue on the most pressing government cybersecurity challenges of today.
In recent years, Cary, NC has been gearing up to become the world’s next smart city, going as far as turning their Town Hall campus into a smart “mini-city,” complete with smart parking, traffic management, citizen engagement and more. Nicole Raimundo, Cary’s CIO, is at the center of this push.