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20 Jun: Software Supply Chain Security, Whats Next?

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) President Joe Biden’s recently issued executive order on cybersecurity is expansive, running more than 8,000 words, and covers everything from the adoption of zero-trust architecture to multifactor authentication. However, one of the most anticipated elements of the order concerns the vital issue of software supply chain security.  The topic has always been important…

24 May: Department of Defense Strengthens Its Emphasis on Data

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) The Defense Department is transforming itself into a data-centric organization, and is tasking its chief data officer with new responsibilities to help it along its way.  In a memo, signed by Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks, the Pentagon adopted five “data decrees” to “generate transformative proficiency and efficiency gains across the DoD Data…

24 Apr: Why Organizations Need DevSecOps for SAP Now More Than Ever

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) Setting DevSecOps goals are a critical component when aligning mission-critical application functionality with businesses’ needs. In an ideal world, this would allow organizations to increase operational speed, automate manual tasks, provide continuous delivery to the company, and keep what matters most protected. However, these goals create challenges for IT, operations and information security teams…

21 Mar: Joint JEDI Award To Microsoft, AWS Could ‘Reduce DoD’s Litigation Risk’

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) As the U.S. Department of Defense continues to face litigation that’s holding up the massive JEDI cloud computing project, options for the DoD include amending the award to incorporate multiple cloud vendors, an expert on government procurement law explained. The Department of Defense selected Microsoft for the $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract…

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