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This blog is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide, “Tech Priorities for a Modern State and Local Government.”
Right now, determining best practices for harnessing threat intelligence data is a popular topic for government and cybersecurity. But what’s often left out of the discussion is the importance of interoperability and automation along with the ability to share actionable intelligence across a cyber-defensive grid.
Phishing attacks, advanced malware, and ransomware are just a few of the types of cyberattacks that government deals with in today’s current cyberthreat landscape. In an attempt to counter such attacks, many agencies focus on tool-based strategies as cyberthreats come. But the problem with such approaches is that agencies are usually ill equipped to apply… Read more »
This interview is an excerpt from our recent guide, 30 Government Innovations That Mattered in 2015 which examines 30 government case studies that explore innovation at all levels of government. Innovations that spanned the government job spectrum from human resources to cybersecurity and back again. The largest cyber breach in the history of government sawRead… Read more »
This interview is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide, The DoD of Tomorrow, which explores how the department is transforming its operations, technology, workforce, and acquisitions process to confront 21st century challenges. In an increasingly interconnected world, securing every network endpoint is a major challenge, especially for an organization as large as DoD. More connections,Read… Read more »
Government needs to become more agile and efficient in the way it combats cyberthreats. Explore our latest guide on the Continuous Diagnostic and Mitigation (CDM) program to learn how. In our latest GovLoop Guide, we highlighted the benefits, challenges and future outlook for the Continuous Diagnostic and Mitigation Program (CDM). Be sure to view ourRead… Read more »
Mark Drapeau (Washington, DC) — A “Facebook for Scientists”? It may sound silly, or redundant, but it’s becoming more of a reality. Maybe. A new startup based in Germany named ResearchGate has already convinced roughly 1.4 million researchers to become members and begin sharing. On it, you can search your email accounts to find peopleRead… Read more »
As a long-time teleworker myself, I have seen first-hand that teleworking, under the right circumstances, reaps significant benefits for both the employer and employee. The goal of the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 was to redefine the workplace expectations of federal employees, and make those benefits available to more eligible workers. One year later, weRead… Read more »
The summer heat has arrived in D.C. and we’re sure to have temperatures in the 80s and 90s for the foreseeable future. Inevitably, we’ll all be blasting the air conditioners in our homes, apartments, cars and offices. I know mine is certainly getting a ton of use as we reached 99 degrees in DC yesterday.Read… Read more »