recommended reading

author archives

Camille Tuutti

Executive Editor

Camille Tuutti is executive editor at Nextgov, a division of Atlantic Media. She previously served as editorial director at FedScoop, and prior to that, was a staff writer and "People" section editor at Federal Computer Week. Before that, Camille worked as a news editor and reporter, covering government contracting and IT. In her spare time, Camille serves as vice president of communications for Young AFCEA Bethesda. Originally from Stockholm, Sweden, Camille has lived in London and New York before touching down in Washington, D.C. She currently lives in NE D.C.

Results 1-10 of 60

You Could Win $30K if You Report a Bug in Intel’s Products

March 17, 2017 Are you a hacker and want to make some quick cash? Putting your skills to use could net you up to $30,000 if you find and report a “critical” flaw in Intel’s hardware. Reporting less severe bugs is still worth the effort, ranging in value from $500 to $1,000, according...

The New Administration's Cyber Stance

March 16, 2017 During his first press conference since being elected, Donald Trump pledged to launch a “major review on hacking” within his first 90 days in office, declaring, “we have no defense” and “we’re run by people that don’t know what they’re doing.” Weeks into his presidency, Trump is working to make...

Meet Medusa and Jenny—Drones You Fly with Your Mind

March 3, 2017 Mind-controlled drones may sound like something out of a sci-fi movie, but thanks to the ingenuity of an Austin, Texas-based startup, they do in fact exist. Their not-so-small mission: Do good and save the world. Astral AR was co-founded in 2015 by Leah LaSalla and Josè La Placa Amigò, and...

How Sexy Tech Could Tackle Some of Government's 'Boring' Jobs

January 30, 2017 Emerging technologies are making inroads in agencies, and late last year, an event hosted by General Services Administration’s DigitalGov University looked at the multitude of application areas for artificial intelligence and virtual reality in government. But where could technologies like blockchain and AI have the biggest impact? Nextgov’s Camille Tuutti...

How Virtual Reality Could Be Used to Save Lives

December 15, 2016 General Services Administration’s DigitalGov University hosted a virtual reality and artificial intelligence-themed workshop in early December with innovators from government and industry exploring the possibilities of the two technologies. The event came on the heels of the launch of two new governmentwide communities that work with the private sector to...

Ebook: 2017 Federal IT Trends Forecast

December 13, 2016 It’s that time of the year when many publications bring out imaginary crystal balls to try predict what federal IT trends the new year will bring. At Nextgov, we have a better approach than reading the tea leaves: In addition to our own reporters’ insight, we partnered with Forrester Research...

CIOs, Time to Be ‘Enabler in Chief’ Instead of ‘Constrainer in Chief’

November 15, 2016 The agency chief information officer role has gone through a few iterations over the years. Originally created as a IT decision-maker, CIOs today are tasked with more than just handling technology issues. They must lead and innovate in a time of stagnant or shrinking budgets, address crumbling and decades-old IT...

Top US Officials Say Russia 'Authorized' DNC Hacks

October 7, 2016 A joint statement from Department of Homeland Security and the intelligence community point the finger at the Russian government for authorizing the recent hacks that compromised the Democratic National Committee and other political institutions. "These thefts and disclosures are intended to interfere with the U.S. election process," said a statement...

Nextgov Ebook: Combating the Insider Threat

September 22, 2016 The federal government continues to battle various threats, and the insider one is particularly insidious. Whether it’s an agency employee who accidentally leaks information or a worker with malicious intent, agencies need to ensure they don’t allow unauthorized access to valuable assets. A multitude of initiatives across government aim to...

The Insider Threat: A Historical Perspective

September 16, 2016 Trained as a forensic psychologist and a 15-year veteran of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Michael Gelles has long had an interest in the bad guys within organizations. At NCIS, he consulted on counterintelligence and counterespionage and took an active role in looking at the insider threat. Years later, Gelles...

Thank you for subscribing to newsletters from
We think these reports might interest you:

  • Modernizing IT for Mission Success

    Surveying Federal and Defense Leaders on Priorities and Challenges at the Tactical Edge

  • Communicating Innovation in Federal Government

    Federal Government spending on ‘obsolete technology’ continues to increase. Supporting the twin pillars of improved digital service delivery for citizens on the one hand, and the increasingly optimized and flexible working practices for federal employees on the other, are neither easy nor inexpensive tasks. This whitepaper explores how federal agencies can leverage the value of existing agency technology assets while offering IT leaders the ability to implement the kind of employee productivity, citizen service improvements and security demanded by federal oversight.

  • Effective Ransomware Response

    This whitepaper provides an overview and understanding of ransomware and how to successfully combat it.

  • Forecasting Cloud's Future

    Conversations with Federal, State, and Local Technology Leaders on Cloud-Driven Digital Transformation

  • IT Transformation Trends: Flash Storage as a Strategic IT Asset

    MIT Technology Review: Flash Storage As a Strategic IT Asset For the first time in decades, IT leaders now consider all-flash storage as a strategic IT asset. IT has become a new operating model that enables self-service with high performance, density and resiliency. It also offers the self-service agility of the public cloud combined with the security, performance, and cost-effectiveness of a private cloud. Download this MIT Technology Review paper to learn more about how all-flash storage is transforming the data center.


When you download a report, your information may be shared with the underwriters of that document.