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April 21, 2020
Thales Group
As the U.S. federal government contends with a tidal wave of demands in the COVID-19 battle, agencies are pushed to unprecedented limits. Some good news: the U.S. government is excelling with digital transformation (DX) which is critical in this time of crisis as the cloud becomes a crucial dynamic with the world working remotely. New digital capabilities are enabling data to be more fully utilized. Unfortunately, some ground is also being lost in a tradeoff between aggressively transforming technology and data security.
April 21, 2020
NextGov
U.S. federal agencies are leading global counterparts and private sector entities in digital transformation, but their use of cloud services and connected devices brings risks they’re not appropriately adjusting to, according to an annual survey of threats to data security.
April 16, 2020
Government Computer News
If we are to heed the call for online elections, to move voting applications to mobile devices, we must acknowledge there’s no definite way to secure those applications. Even sole-sourced app development can be compromised by one insider who puts a back door in the software. How can a vote be secured from the check box all the way to where it's tallied and stored?
March 20, 2020
Thales TCT
The evolution of security strategies has changed drastically over the course of my career in IT. I’ve worked with many Fortune 100 companies to help them find best ways to architecturally make their greatest asset—data—simply more powerful. Unbelievably, we never discussed security in the course of conversation surrounding systems of record, meta data management, or business intelligence.
March 4, 2020
Government Computer News
In the midst of a very competitive set of primaries leading up to the presidential election, IT professionals in all levels of government must ensure voter information is not compromised. Unfortunately, it seems elections officials are learning some difficult lessons lately.
February 7, 2020
GCN
Agencies must create a security awareness strategy around IoT, especially to protect data at the network edge.
December 19, 2019
RPA is enabling possible security risks that have not been encountered yet. It’s tempting to start looking for ways to implement RPA as the Office of Management and Budget would have agencies do, but before then, federal IT decision-makers must get up to speed on RPA and ensure that the current levels of data security applied to humans extends to robots as well.
December 16, 2019
As of January 1, 2020, SafeNet Assured Technologies, LLC. and Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing, Federal will unite under a new name as Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies (TCT), a division of Thales Defense and Security Inc. (TDSI).
September 30, 2019
Washington Technology
As technology advances, supply chain risk management challenges are going well beyond the world of producing physical products such as IT hardware. While ISO-based standards provide clear guidance on supply chain management in the private sector, federal government suppliers must think more broadly.
September 13, 2019
Government Computer News
The long-term security benefits of quantum computing have been highly touted. When commercially available, quantum computers will be able to support entirely new models of encryption. That type of quantum-based encryption would be virtually impossible to hack with today’s technologies.

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