While the news bread is still not quite baked on this one, check us out next week for all the details on new research from MeriTalk and Pluralsight that shows what Federal government cybersecurity leaders need to succeed in the ever changing cyber landscape.
Amid rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities, a race against China to lead in AI, and increasing Federal funding, the question of whether AI will be widely adopted among Federal agencies has been resolved.
Comply-to-Connect began in 2013 as the Department of Defense’s (DoD) program to help the service branches prevent unsecured devices from connecting to the DoD network. Long before that, in the mid-to-late 1990s, Michael Overstreet served as an Air Force information warfare officer working on cyber defense. Now, Overstreet is director of systems engineering at Cisco, and in this recent interview, he discusses how Comply-to-Connect has evolved – and how it today uses zero trust principles to protect access to the DoD network and data.
In this episode of MeriTalking, MeriTalk’s Gail Emery sits down with Peter Romness, cybersecurity principal, CISO Advisors Office at Cisco, to explore how agencies need unifed cybersecurtity solutions, visibility across their enviornment, and comprehenseive threat intelligence capabilities to go toe-to-toe against bad actors – and earn the decision.
MeriTalk recently sat down with Kathleen Featheringham, vice president of artificial intelligence and machine learning at Maximus, to discuss these issues and how Federal agencies can successfully move AI use cases from concept to design, pilot, and scalable enterprise deployment to achieve mission success in area ranging from citizen services to national security.
In a new interview with MeriTalk, Brandon Iske, a principal solutions architect at identity platform provider Okta, and Bill Wells, a senior solutions architect at cloud provider Amazon Web Services (AWS), evaluate the successes and challenges that agencies are experiencing as they implement required identity protections and offer advice and best practices for agencies as they continue to plan and implement components of their zero trust architectures.
MeriTalk sat down with Frank Reyes, cloud solutions leader at Maximus, to discuss the DoD’s cloud strategy, the future of cloud computing across the DoD, and how industry can partner with the DoD to support cloud integration and achieve mission success.
Government and industry leaders have long hailed the importance of public-private partnerships, but they can pose challenges in the cybersecurity realm because the nation’s defense is involved.
In this episode of MeriTalking, MeriTalk’s Gail Emery sits down with Kathleen Featheringham, vice president of artificial intelligence and machine learning at Maximus, to explore the big-picture potential of AI and how agencies can achieve immediate mission value from it.
MeriTalk recently sat down with Essye Miller, former DoD deputy chief information officer for cybersecurity, former acting defense chief information officer, and board member for Axonius Federal Systems, and Tom Kennedy, vice president, Axonius Federal Systems, to talk about what successful public-private partnerships look like, lessons learned from past partnership experiences, and how industry and government can come together effectively to work towards common goals that advance the nation’s cybersecurity.