Multicloud environments can be extremely challenging to organize, manage and secure.
Nextgov highlights how the government has maintained service delivery and workforce capabilities in the face of a global pandemic.
Until recently, the United States has been a staunch opponent of data localization laws.
The attacker is targeting virtual private networks and cloud computing vulnerabilities, and has been present in victim networks for several months.
But organizations should be careful that they aren’t just throwing additional, sophisticated tools at existing employees to solve the problem.
The simulated cruise missile intercept harnessed widely dispersed systems — all supervised by tablets in a flight-line hangar.
Joint Artificial Intelligence Center officials stay connected with stakeholders through an executive steering group and other working groups.
The Government Accountability Office scored more than 100 federal IT projects and offered detailed breakdowns of the most “essential mission-critical IT acquisitions.”
The policy lays out the framework for security, but allows agencies to fill in the details based on their unique missions.
CISA officials highlighted cloud configuration and VPN vulnerabilities in assessing threats associated with the pandemic.
The decision follows a months-long legal challenge filed by Amazon Web Services.
The third version of the Trusted Internet Connection policy brings government IT closer to the capabilities available to the private sector.
The agency has been highlighting gaps in cloud standards for almost a decade now and noted a conspicuous beneficiary of the status quo.
Overhauling FedRAMP is just one of a list of ways the NDAA could affect civilian government tech.
The Defense Department says it wants to further discuss Microsoft’s and Amazon Web Services’ pricing.
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