Trump administration removes Kaspersky from list of approved vendors
The General Services Administration removed Kaspersky Lab from its approved list of vendors, adding significant difficulty for federal agencies to buy and use the Moscow-based company's products.
Six big vendors dominate a fragmented federal cyber market, numbers show
Federal procurement of cybersecurity goods and services is highly fragmented, according to new research published this week, but despite this long tail of small awards, the market space is dominated by a handful of familiar names.
GSA tech chief defends 18F, says watchdog's report 'got our attention'
GSA Technology Transformation Service Commissioner Rob Cook told CyberScoop that the agency was working to reform the IT security rules which 18F's leadership flouted.
As .gov turns to cloud, agency heads deliberate cyber-defense strategies
Agencies across the U.S. government are increasingly looking to migrate their data into the cloud to cut costs, but doing so has also introduced new cybersecurity challenges, federal executives said Wednesday during Verizon’s Government of the Future conference produced by FedScoop.
GSA close to launching bug bounty
GSA — specifically 18F — has been toying around with the idea of a bug bounty program in some capacity for quite a while.
BlackBerry hires former Coast Guard CIO for cyber center
The new center "will be a single touch point for agencies" across the whole range of company products and federal requirements, according to retired Coast Guard Rear Adm. Robert Day