All of the pieces of a puzzle are important when agencies are trying to identify the risks to their organizations, and actionable intelligence is key.
There are four main stages of software evolution – development, testing, deployment and monitoring. To ensure every application at your agency is secure, you must ingrain security in each cycle of development, no matter what process management approach your agency uses to create applications.
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IT modernization remains a priority of both parties heading into 2019, and IT spending is set to increase for both citizen and defense budgets, according to new research.
The Homeland Security Department is taking a multi-pronged approach to cybersecurity — one that will more clearly define its role and expectations of agencies.
A top Office of Management and Budget (OMB) official says that organizational culture is subsequently at the heart of federal IT reform.
Codified in the Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act, the Technology Modernization Fund (TMF) offers agencies parcels of money – that over time have to be repaid – to rebuild their cyber and technology systems.
Everything you need to know to participate in NCSAM this October.
Cloud computing can fundamentally change the way government delivers its mission. Understanding the capabilities of the cloud is a good start, but the hard work begins when agencies have to figure out how to harness public cloud. That’s where things can get complicated.
These capabilities accelerate the speed at which cyberthreats are addressed, while reducing cost and overall human involvement.