The agency is working with industry, local agencies and other federal agencies to use emerging tech to better protect networks and systems.
FEMA leverages geospatial imaging and IT-enabled machine learning to help predict hurricane landfall, assess storm damage and enable quicker disaster response.
A digital tool is helping to visualize actionable data to support decision-making.
Public sector organizations have begun working on human capital strategies designed to support a more diverse and engaged workforce.
Connected capabilities can improve mission activities, but requires the right infrastructure, security and governance.
CISO Gregory Edwards provides key considerations for contractors and other federal partners in helping the agency manage the new security requirements.
The cloud empowers FEMA to address efforts around climate, resilience and readiness.
Establishing security requirements at the beginning of the software development life cycle is key.
Data management is a journey, and DHS components try to learn from each other.
The federal agency is collaborating with other local governments to prevent future cyber attacks.
Federal agencies can start by applying a zero trust security model to cloud operations.
Cybersecurity tools and research are the Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute's specialty.
Automation tools can support decision-making and should complement the workforce.
The Coastal Resilience Center uses modeling software to predict and evaluate hurricane landfalls and flooding hazards.
Defense Innovation Unit is bringing commercial AI technologies across DOD to improve mission capabilities.
A task force leveraged FEMA's cloud to centralize medical stockpile data and inform the nation's supply chain adjustment during the pandemic.