B2G Market Advisor
The B2G Market Advisor blog covers topics of interest to the government contracting community including industry trends, competitive landscape, sourcing new opportunities, small business designations and teaming for the U.S. federal, state, local and Canadian governments. Written by GovWin’s experienced analysts and experts, the B2G Market Advisor blog empowers companies to get ahead of the competition and win more business in the public sector.
The Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program is progressing at federal agencies, but its future direction will be impacted by many forces.
As National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October approaches, federal and industry officials are considering current challenges and paths forward.
President Trump’s Executive Order on cybersecurity could improve federal security, but also signal a “spend to save” mindset toward IT modernization.
The latest federal information security status report reflects an update to how agencies are measuring cyber-incidents.
While not official, a revised draft of a potential cybersecurity executive order could lead to widespread federal IT modernization.
A cyber security executive order appeared imminent, with details circulating in the press.
The impact of the U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) could go beyond its mission to being a cultural change agent within the overall Defense Department.
At a recent industry event, federal participants talked about progress, but the need for implementing the most basic cyber security elements remains.
Mid 2014, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) kicked off a public working group to address the concepts and terminology around cyber physical systems. After over a year of work, the group has released a draft framework for public comment.
Over the course of a 48-month period ending last fall, the Department of Energy (DOE) and its components reported over 1,000 breach attempts on information systems that handle and store sensitive data related to the power grid, nuclear weapons stockpile, and energy labs. In the midst of the ongoing barrage, DOE is looking to take on stewardship of data from industry to enable benchmarking for critical infrastructure protection.
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