MeriTalk’s latest installment of the CDM research series, “CDM: The Multitool in Your Cyber Kit,” examines input from IT leaders about how Federal agencies can take advantage of the tools in the CDM Program to identify, mitigate, and stop threats before they occur – and more.
With Federal cybersecurity leaders striving to close the security gap, is application security (AppSec) meeting agency expectations and what challenges are leaders facing during implementation? Download the “Closing The Web Application Security Gap” research report to learn more.
MeriTalk, in partnership with AWS, CrowdStrike, and Zscaler, uncovers the answers from 160 Federal Civilian and Department of Defense (DoD) cyber decision-makers as they explore Federal cyber progress since the EO’s release, identify what successful agencies are doing differently, and find where Federal leaders need additional support to deliver on the EO’s promise of bold cyber change.
The Technology Modernization Fund (TMF) is a Federal IT funding vehicle authorized by the Modernizing Government Technology Act of 2017. In its first three years, the TMF received $175 million in funding before receiving a massive infusion of $1 billion in the American Rescue Plan Act. MeriTalk surveyed more than 80 Federal executives to explore perspectives on the program and its future.
COVID-19 crystalized America’s innovation imperative, particularly around critical issues that sit at the nexus of policy, technology, and restoring trust in government. What are Americans’ biggest obstacles, and where do they see the greatest opportunities for improvement? What is the outlook on the future of American innovation? […]
MeriTalk surveyed 150 government cybersecurity leaders to explore the possibilities of a world where governments don’t have to assume they have been breached – and what it would take to get there. Download this infographic for a synthesis of the research findings
Government teams are perpetually in cybersecurity crisis mode. MeriTalk, in partnership with Dell Technologies and INTEGRITY Global Security (IGS), surveyed 300 government cybersecurity leaders across Federal, State, and Local organizations to explore the possibilities of a world where agencies no longer need to assume breach – and what it would take to get there.
In the latest installment of MeriTalk’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) research series, we look to understand how the program can help agencies achieve near real-time cyber insights to get ahead of the adversary.
MeriTalk, in partnership with Dell and NVIDIA, surveyed 150 Federal IT stakeholders to explore Federal AI readiness, use cases, and inhibitors to adoption at scale.
MeriTalk’s latest installment of the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) research series, “CDM: More Critical Than Ever,” explores how the CDM program can help agencies build resilience after a series of high-profile cyberattacks involving SolarWinds Orion and Microsoft.
Amidst ever-evolving adversary threats and mission requirements, the need for cutting-edge defense is greater than ever. So how are Department of Defense (DoD) agencies prioritizing their technology modernization efforts, and how are they designing future-proof tech strategies to fortify our nation’s defense?
The former administration’s FY 2021 budget invests over $1 billion in artificial intelligence (AI) research and development (R&D) and commits to doubling the R&D budget by 2022. When will AI and Machine Learning (ML) be ready to tackle public-sector organization’s top mission-critical tasks? What critical problems are they looking to solve with the technology? How […]
Keeping up with – or preferably ahead of – advances in technology is absolutely necessary for those involved in government IT. MeriTalk features not only the latest research affecting federal technology, but also more in-depth studies that examine how those developments are likely to impact the government IT realm.
MeriTalk federal IT research covers a variety of subjects, including how to make the best use of Big Data, the safest use of cloud computing, and other cybersecurity topics that affect all government agencies.