The Diplomatic Security Service Women in Security Engineering group serves as a support system for security engineering officers and security technical specialists working overseas for the State Department. […]
Women’s representation in the cybersecurity workforce has remained at 11 percent since 2013, despite the growing shortage of cybersecurity workers worldwide, according to a recent (ISC)2 survey.[…]
President Donald Trump signed a bill directing NASA to encourage women and girls to pursue fields related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.[…]
The government needs to help provide educational resources to address the shortage of qualified workers to fill U.S. cybersecurity positions, according to witnesses at a House Science, Space, and Technology committee hearing.[…]
The best cloud companies to work for all make an effort to create a culture of employee engagement and success. Forbes released a list of the top cloud companies to work for, including M-Files, Apprenda, Zerto, OutSystems, Mendix, and DocuSign. MeriTalk reached out to them in order to learn the secrets of the best workplaces.[…]
Five days after millions of women marched around the world in support of equal rights, a group of female government technology leaders agreed it is more important than ever for young women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.
More and more Federal agencies will adopt bring your own device policies in 2017, and industries will keep up with solutions to secure the devices, according to Glenn Roth, Citrix senior systems engineer for U.S. public sector.[…]
The Partnership for Public Service released its rankings of the best places to work in government, finding that IT professionals have the lowest employee engagement score of all Federal government employees.
The White House’s Interagency Policy Group released recommendations for how to increase diversity in the STEM workforce by reducing bias.[…]