This is Part 2 of the four-part series about a Chief Information Security Officer’s initial 365 days. I will focus on and emphasize the importance of risk here.
The national spotlight on personal security (PerSec) breaches and vulnerabilities isn’t likely to dim anytime soon. Using a case management solution that maps its workflows to federal and agency-specific guidelines maximizes efficiency.
This user experience envelope gets us closer and closer to seeing and understanding what our tax dollar investments are doing, how they’re going to work, and what they’re going to look like.
For better or worse, our bosses aren’t going to be around forever. Here are some tips for what to do when your boss leaves.
Resilience requires agility – the ability to make slight, sometimes frequent, alterations to technology, processes or organizational goals – while staying within budget and staying true to agencies’ missions.
The first 90 days are crucial for establishing credibility as a chief information security officer, or CISO, at an agency.
In our new COVID world, you may need to speak virtually. Here are some ways that can help you prepare and develop effective content.
Planners aren’t just for meetings anymore. Use the power of a schedule to prioritize your day and stay present with your goals and objectives.
Employee self-service can help HR professionals respond to staff expectations while contending with tight budgets and remote work.
Federal workers rely on their agency IG to respond to reported cases of fraud, waste and abuse. They are thus key to our system of checks and balances.