Pentagon’s Updated Cyber Strategy Focuses on ‘Assertively Defending’ U.S. Interests

The new strategy directs the department to deter cyber threats and cultivate its cyber talent.

A Productivity App With a New Twist: Threats

Get distracted and face disastrous consequences.

Get Your Federal Team In Sync With Zero Trust Security

Adopting a Zero Trust architecture solves the “flat network” problem that helps attackers move undetected inside corporate networks so they can find and exfiltrate sensitive data.

You May Be Inadvertently Discouraging People From Giving You Feedback

Building an environment that encourages feedback is easier said than done.

The Most Effective To-Do Lists Account for Interruptions

Traditional time management doesn't always work.

White House Workforce Summit Aims to Future-Proof Tech Talent

The administration plans to reskill more than 300,000 employees over the next three years, including the IT workforce.

Silicon Valley’s Leadership Is Lacking, According to One of Its Most Prominent Leaders

"This notion of leadership as service needs further attention in the valley."

Work-Life Balance Is an Unhealthy Myth

Thinking we can have it all in perfect doses is itself harmful.

Automated Government

Federal agencies are ditching busy work to focus on missions.

A New Kind of Labor Movement in Silicon Valley

Employees at Google and elsewhere are protesting their bosses’ business decisions. Will that evolve into a more sustained labor movement?