• Applying DevOps Principles to Achieve Software Supply Chain Security

    Prakash Sethuraman, CISO at CloudBees, says the problem is software supply chain security is too big a problem to leave to any one group.


    • DevSecOps
  • 5 Ingredients for Successful Mobile DevSecOps

    Brian Reed, Chief Mobility Officer at NowSecure, explains how the mobile app coding and security bar is much higher for both developer knowledge and skills.


    • DevSecOps, NowSecure
  • Software Bill of Materials is the First Step to Improve Software Supply Chain Security

    Jeremy Bryan, Solutions Architect and Technical Lead at Anchore, discusses how, to improve their software supply chain security, organizations need to establish a strong foundation.


    • DevSecOps, Anchore
  • Public-Private Partnerships Ensure ‘Innovation Flowing Both Ways’

    Dr. Stephen Magill, Vice President of Product Innovation at Sonatype, explores how practically every government agency currently has a group experimenting with DevSecOps, and some of them are seeing real success with it.


    • DevSecOps, Sonatype
  • 4 Strategies to Overcome Obstacles in Adopting DevSecOps in Your Agency

    Ken Urban, Director of Public Sector Technology at Atlassian, explains why senior leaders need to understand what’s going on in the trenches to understand why a program is succeeding, or isn’t.


    • DevSecOps, Atlassian
  • Normalizing Innovation: Lessons from State and Local Leaders on the Ground

    This guide, created by Carahsoft and GovLoop, explores if and how the transformational changes we all saw and experienced across state and local governments will drive a lasting culture shift. Featuring insights from leaders at Colorado Digital Service, Civilla, Louisville Metro Government, GSA, and Carahsoft's technology experts.


    • IT Modernization, All
  • 3 Things You Can Do Now to Rethink Innovation

    An interview with Kevin Tunks, National Technology Adviser for State and Local Government, Red Hat


    • IT Modernization, Red Hat
  • How to Support Lasting and Agile Transformation

    An interview with Dick Stark, President, RightStar


    • IT Modernization, Atlassian
  • The Best of What’s New in Cybersecurity

    Big threats, more funding and smarter technologies.


    • Cybersecurity , All
  • Finally, Cybersecurity Gets the Attention It Deserves

    A confluence of factors push the issue into the executive suite.


    • Cybersecurity , All
  • Achieving a Sustainable Cybersecurity Strategy

    Sustaining a strong cybersecurity stance is more difficult as the threat environment expands and cyberattacks become more virulent. Carolyn Duby, field CTO for Cloudera, discusses tactics — including greater collaboration between state and local governments — to maximize protection.


    • Cybersecurity , Cloudera
  • Intelligent, Ubiquitous Security

    Protecting endpoints and personally identifiable information across the enterprise is no longer a job for siloed devices and cybersecurity staff working alone. Tony Lee, Vice President of Global Services Technical Operations at BlackBerry, explains how AI-enabled security and automation will help state and local governments address the cybersecurity challenges of today and tomorrow.


    • Cybersecurity , BlackBerry
  • Disaster Recovery in the Age of Ransomware

    Drew Schlussel, director of product marketing at Wasabi, explains why traditional disaster recovery strategies aren’t effective for fighting ransomware and what organizations can do to make their systems less attractive to attackers.


    • Cybersecurity , Wasabi
  • Cybersecurity at Scale

    Remote work, the shift to cloud environments, expansion of digital services and other trends have altered the threat terrain. Chris Radosh, vice president and general manager for U.S. federal business at Trend Micro, discusses emerging tools and practical strategies for advanced threat protection.


    • Cybersecurity , Trend Micro
  • Changing Your Perspective on Security

    To outwit today’s cyber criminals, security professionals must think as cunningly as their adversaries. But doing so requires a change in perspective, says CDG Senior Fellow Morgan Wright. Wright is an adviser to the U.S. Congress House Science, Space and Technology Committee. He previously served as a senior adviser in the U.S. State Department Antiterrorism Assistance Program and was senior law enforcement adviser for the 2012 Republican National Convention. Here’s what Wright had to say about thinking differently about security.


    • Cybersecurity , All