Migrating to the cloud requires hybrid, multi-cloud software, platforms and environments.
A rapidly shifting cyber threat landscape requires continuous verification of cloud infrastructure, especially as cloud adoption surges
As agencies look to replace legacy systems with the cloud, zero trust has risen as a best cybersecurity practice
Federal health agencies and organizations are looking toward cloud-based architectures
High-level perspective on ongoing priorities in data management and cloud security.
Robotic process automation has shown considerable promise for reducing the time necessary to validate federally managed benefits and streamline customer service.
As agencies continue to modernize and move away from their legacy systems, how are they reshaping their IT infrastructure and leveraging data to transform their enterprise?
Kim Ruocco shares how the organization is embracing technology to support suicide-prevention efforts.
A Forum on Digital Modernization and COVID-19 Response at Veterans Affairs
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Federal leaders discuss the future of work, including the tools and services that are enabling a safe and informed workforce.
SBA CISO Beau Houser, DHS CISO Paul Beckman and USPTO CIO Jamie Holcombe discuss moving from a perimeter security model to one that balances security with access.
DHS Assistant Director for Cybersecurity Jeanette Manfra talks what agencies and industry can do to more accurately and efficiently manage risk and increase cyber resilience.
USCIS Cyber Defense Branch Chief Adrian Monza, USAF CISO Wanda Jones-Heath and FBI Senior Information Security Leader Manuel Castillo talk security for new and legacy infrastructure.
VA CISO Paul Cunningham, National Cancer Institute CIO Jeff Shilling and NewWave Director of Infrastructure & Cloud Architecture Johnathan Brett talk protecting point of care privacy through collaboration and data interoperability.