President Donald Trump’s meeting with top technology executives on June 19 discussed the government’s IT modernization efforts. The outcome was advice for defending federal networks and a better understanding of what industry needs from government.
The Department of Homeland Security’s operational and support components serve a multitude of missions. With the rapid change of technology, DHS Chief Technology Officer Michael Hermus said the department is pursuing a digital transformation to keep up with the velocity of data.
Personalized treatment of a disease holds much promise in helping patients recover as quickly and completely as possible. Yet determining treatment that is accurately targeted for that particular patient for that particular disease requires analysis of massive amounts of data.
Federal agencies are moving to cloud services to focus less on datacenters and infrastructure, and more on application deployment. For U.S.
The Central Intelligence Agency’s adoption of Commercial Cloud Services (C2S) is rocketing the Intelligence Community’s capabilities resulting in unprecedented innovation, so claims CIA’s CIO John G.
With a rather limited IT federal budget, modernizing technology to improve security and processes requires prioritizing those highest value assets. At the Department of Homeland Security, doing so has become a matter of national security.
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI), ranking member of the Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities, identified a leading problem facing national cybersecurity today: as technology continues to improve, the networks that need to be protected are only becoming more complicated.
The national cybersecurity threat level is evolving, and government officials are calling on industry to better secure the Internet of Things and connected devices as they continue to enter government networks.
In Deloitte Consulting LLP’s recently released tech trends report, “The Kinetic Enterprise,” it identified the forces that remain constant in driving IT transformation; digital, analytics, cloud, t