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Agency leaders encourage more women to join the technical workforce.
The pandemic increased the need for secure, modernized and evolved solutions to expedite federal response efforts.
InfoSec, Women in Cyber Leadership, and Cyber Resiliency Panels
The agency has implemented flexible technological capabilities to support ongoing COVID-19 response efforts.
Cross-collaboration and changes to acquisition are key as priorities shift.
Lawmakers discuss opportunities for the federal government to compete with industry for top talent.
Major geopolitical threats target individuals at the focal point of security, experts say.
Industry members weigh in on the changing perceptions of federal employment, the incoming workforce and how agencies can bounce back.
Artificial intelligence is setting up shop in just about every aspect of government operations, and it’s just getting started.
The agency is focused on integrating point solutions, data and next-gen identity tools.
First the National Risk Management Center, now the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
“Your risk of being attack isn’t a 9 to 5 thing,” says Threat Researcher Nick Biasini.
The threats looming in orbit, and the tech needed to thwart them.
To make breakthroughs, it has to be adaptive and agile.
And the methods used typically aren't that sophisticated.
And is setting the standards for protecting U.S. critical infrastructure.
"We need to recognize, especially in cyber, that we accept risk every day."
The first CyberCast episode explores how cyber relies on proper risk management.
DOD's Acting Principal Deputy CIO for Cybersecurity Thomas Michelli lays out the department’s cyberpriorities and how industry can help.