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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.

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Why Aren't We Learning from These Devastating Cyberattacks?

October 6, 2015 At an event hosted today by Atlantic Media, Nextgov’s parent company, an audience member asked a question that resonates well after the recent hacks of government and industry. Why don’t we learn from these breaches, especially when we see the same type of malware used repeatedly? The question was directed...

What Comes After Cybersecurity Awareness?

October 5, 2015 Last year, for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we asked whether 2014 would be the year cybersecurity finally sinks in. Ironically, just a few weeks after that, the White House disclosed it had been attacked, and a few weeks later the State Department announced it, too, had been breached. The following...

Could We All Have Cyber Doppelgängers in the Future?

October 1, 2015 In the not too distant future -- perhaps sooner we’d expect -- humans could have digital doppelgängers who look like us, act like us and potentially, even have the same legal rights as us. It may sound like science fiction, but it’s the vision Martine Rothblatt has of a world...

'Unhinging' a Government Culture Resistant to Change

September 16, 2015 Despite agencies' willingness to adopt emerging technologies, changing the entrenched culture of many agencies remains more difficult. As new political appointees come in, they often meet resistance to their ideas from federal government lifers, some new recruits say. “There’s this what I call scar tissue between that level and the...

Should the US Use Hidden Data To Warn Industry About Attacks?

September 3, 2015 When attribution in cyberspace is debated and discussed, most of the focus has been on whether the U.S. government should take an offensive strike against cyberattackers. But recently, a different angle has surfaced: What’s the government’s role in leveraging the "Dark Web" -- the Internet underworld inaccessible to the uninitiated...

Should Government Use 'Dark Web' Data to Warn Industry about Planned Attacks?

September 2, 2015 When attribution in cyberspace is debated and discussed, most of the focus has been on whether the U.S. government should take an offensive strike against cyberattackers. But recently, a different angle has surfaced: What’s the government’s role in leveraging the "Dark Web" -- the Internet underworld inaccessible to the uninitiated...

Hurry! Last Call to Register for Nextgov Prime 2015: Data, Cybersecurity, and the Government of Tomorrow

August 31, 2015 This post has been updated. How do you envision the future of government? A week from tomorrow, government IT influencers, tech decision-makers and rising stars will gather in downtown D.C. to hear about how agencies are addressing the key challenges of managing and securing data as well as tackling emerging...

Nextgov Prime 2015 to Shine Spotlight on Cybersecurity and Data

June 30, 2015 In light of heightened attention around federal cybersecurity and data, we're excited to announce Nextgov Prime 2015 will focus on these topics in hopes to spark ideas and conversations on how to best navigate both landscapes. Nextgov Prime: Data, Cybersecurity and the Government of Tomorrow will give federal IT influencers...

One Week Left to Submit Bold Awards Nominations!

June 23, 2015 The deadline to submit nominations for the 2015 Bold Awards is inching closer -- there's just one week left to let us know about innovators in government. The third annual Bold Awards honor federal employees who’ve made transformative contributions to government through the power of technology. This year, we have...

Nominate Tech Innovators for the Nextgov 2015 Bold Awards

June 1, 2015 Calling all change agents. It’s time to recognize the good work being done in government. Nominations are now open for the Nextgov 2015 Bold Awards, which highlight and honor federal employees who’ve implemented innovative programs or made transformative contributions to government through the power of technology. If you know of...