In this flash poll series, GBC evaluates cybersecurity confidence among federal, state, and local government employees.
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GBC sits down with experts from the defense and intelligence community to ask the critical question: how vulnerable is the government's Internet of Things, and what can be done to secure this growing network of devices?
Combining commercial innovations with government oversight, Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) could dramatically change the federal IoT security landscape.
The federal government faces a rapidly evolving IT environment. What priorities are federal agencies undertaking and what are the primary challenges they face? How can departments such as DoD tackle these objectives while deploying IT in crisis environments?
Despite mass proliferation of Internet-enabled devices, a 2017 survey of federal employees reveals major challenges for government security of the IoT. Read on to explore our top 5 takeaways, and what this means for the future of IoT.
Tasked with the enormous responsibility of providing for our nation’s veterans, it is vital that federal health organizations are empowered to ensure consistent quality and access to care.
GBC interviews federal, state, and local technology leaders on the shifting role of cloud in government.
The White House has pursued aggressive cyber policy in the past year aimed at minimizing network vulnerabilities, but a series of challenges threaten to wind back the clock, placing agency data and their devices in the line of fire.
It's been 6 years since the White House announced its Federal Cloud Computing Strategy, challenging agencies to adopt a "Cloud-First" policy in their IT investments. But did it have the sweeping effect its authors intended? GBC investigates.
Discover the key foundations underlying the ongoing process of federal IT digitization.