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Can Micro Certifications Match Government’s Real-World Needs?

Can Micro Certifications Match Government’s Real-World Needs?

Certifications have become the standard to prove one’s knowledge of a set of skills. According to the 2017 Global Information Security Workforce Study, 73 percent of federal agencies require their IT staff members to hold information security certifications. To stay abreast of rapid technological change, micro certifications, which provide shorter, more focused specialized training on a specific skill set needed for a given job, might be as just effective but less costly and time-consuming.

How New Cyber Executive Order Could Change Federal IT

How New Cyber Executive Order Could Change Federal IT

President Trump’s cybersecurity executive order paves the way for a revolution in federal information technology, where all agencies operate inside a single, consolidated network and draw on a common core of shared, cloud-based services.

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Why Modernization Is Key to National Cyber Strategy

The president’s executive order on cybersecurity emphasizes systems modernization and cloud as a first step toward emphasizing protection of data rather than the network itself.

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Proactive Resilience: The Future of Cybersecurity

Today’s state of the art in cybersecurity is operational resilience – the ability to keep operating in the midst of a disruptive attack. Tomorrow’s state of the art is what Carnegie Mellon CERT’s Summer Fowler calls “prosillience” – the ability to anticipate and adapt before disruptions strike. Here’s how we’ll get from now to then.

Border Security Concerns Aren’t Limited to the South

Solving the southern border will affect security in other parts of the country, as well. Re-Locatable Video Surveillance Systems offer the kind of flexibility the U.S. Border Patrol needs to put resources wherever they’re most needed.

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Trump: ‘Bold thinking’ Is Needed To Solve Federal IT Challenges

President Donald Trump is calling for agencies to embrace big change, bold thinking and outsider perspectives to transform government technology. The White House kicked off tech week by hosting 18 private sector technology leaders from companies such as Amazon, Apple and Google at the American Technology Council meeting on June 19.

DoD’s Acting Acquisition Chief Looks To Purge ‘The Stupid’ From IT Procurement

The new administration’s extended transition process has led to an unusual circumstance in which there are literally zero politically-appointed acquisition officials anywhere in the Defense Department. Such a scenario might seem like an unlikely time for DoD to make major changes to the way it buys information technology, but that’s exactly what the career civil servant who’s currently leading the department’s vast acquisition apparatus hopes to do over the next year.

DISA Director Discusses Priorities and Challenges for Agency

Lt. Gen. Alan Lynn took over as director of the Defense Information Systems Agency in July 2015, assuming leadership of the agency after previously serving as vice director and as chief of staff. He’s also spent time leading Army Network Enterprise Technology Command and Army Signal Center of Excellence, priming him to lead the Defense Department’s mission-critical IT agency.