The Hosting and Compute Center at the Defense Information Systems Agency is prioritizing the customers over the technology itself.
U.S. Cyber Command wants to expand the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning. To do that, it’s kicked off a broader survey of machine learning requirements across the Defense Department.
The Marines Corps awarded GDIT a task order under the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions (DEOS) contract to test out how they can receive Microsoft Office capabilities both on-premise and in the cloud in a classified environment.
The agency is sending teams of advisors to help agencies shore up their cybersecurity plans.
Dr. Matthew McFadden, vice president for cyber at GDIT, explains how artificial intelligence and machine learning can dynamically analyze behaviors across the network, identify unusual activity that poses a risk, and automatically take action to contain threats.
Raj Iyer, the Army’s chief information officer, said the Army’s IT and cybersecurity budget request is $16.6 billion in 2023, which is the largest of all DoD services.
With zero trust, the network itself can actually tell you, via IP addresses, how many users you have and what applications they’re using. That information can be collected passively, and it’s where agencies need to start to best secure their networks, because insider threat should be their primary concern.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Biden administration outlines its plan to maximize COVID-era IT modernization funds, and a study shows the brain injury CTE is rare in military personnel.
Because of the development of quantum computers, keeping our information, financial details and personal secrets protected is at risk today.
The Defense Department is still figuring out how to raise the cybersecurity waterline among its vendor community as part of its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program. And some new research based on privately collected cyber risk intelligence shows the problem is as urgent as ever.
In today's Federal Newscast, news on a potential multimillion dollar settlement for victims of the Office of Personnel Management hack.
The four-month partnership will allow cybersecurity experts to bring new perspectives to CISA while embedded in teams across the agency.
The big fear in the data encryption community is the advent of quantum computing, i.e. computers are so powerful they can crack any algorithm.
An influential commission says one of Chris Inglis's first big tasks could be taking on the shortage of cyber talent.