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TSA and CBP pilot facial-recognition programs with an eye on security and privacy.
Several confirmed cases in DC area are prompting federal government to implement emergency working procedures.
Data management and skilling the workforce are part of a multi-pronged approach to AI.
A CTO, CDO and CISO plus a federal appointee are moving on to other opportunities.
The agency is aiming to advance and address the accuracy and privacy concerns of its biometrics system.
GSA's approach to managing passwords resembles shared services.
DHS leaders cite use cases in data management and resiliency.
The new assistant director brings artificial intelligence background to the agency.
Cybersecurity and emerging technologies were key in the agency's 2019 IT advancements.
An emphasis on cybersecurity boosts DHS from a D-minus to B FITARA score in half a year.
'Aptitude' is among government's top focus for potential recruits.
The federal shared service strategy will impact government in areas such as customer service and payroll.
Security leaders find value in tactics such as cyber escape rooms over traditional training.
Implementing continuous diagnostics and mitigation requires a holistic approach to integration.
Treating security like a business function encourages agency leads to get involved early on.
In the past year, agencies have cooperated on national security and security policy
Shared services provide cost savings, but are not always the answer.
Endpoint users will always be the weak link in cybersecurity. How do we mitigate the risk?
For homeland security and trade agencies, moving from data centers to a hybrid cloud is part of the solution.
Efficacy testing and trend identification help tackle sources of strategic risk.