New DOE Office to Focus on Cyber Threats to Energy Sector

Tom O'Keefe

By Tom O’Keefe, consultant

Facing mounting cybersecurity challenges, the Department of Energy recently created a new office, the Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response (CESER). Karen Evans, a long-term fixture in cybersecurity in the federal government, was confirmed to lead the office on September 4, 2018. Dedicated to shoring up the cybersecurity of the U.S. energy grid, as well as protecting its own IT assets, the formation of CESER yet again demonstrates the government’s focus on protecting critical infrastructure from foreign attacks.

There are opportunities for industry within CESER, although it’s not your typical cyber play, like protecting against malware and viruses; it’s more about threat intelligence, information sharing and cyber situational awareness. Read more of this post

The Best in Government Innovation

digit-event-logoInnovation has become more than just a buzz word in the public sector, thanks in part to a need to do more with less. Agencies are turning to transformative technologies like the Internet of Things and big data to advance missions and better serve citizens.

So who’s driving innovation in government? What agencies are cutting-edge?

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Exclusive on Untapped Opportunities in the State and Local Market

Yesterday our VP of Corporate Development, Guran Green, was interviewed by our friends at Market Connections on the upcoming Government IT Sales Summit. Guran provided thought-provoking insights for the FedPulse blog on how contractors can tap into the State and Local Market. Check out the interview below:

Q&A: Guran Green, immixGroup VP of Corporate Development, Discusses How Contractors Can Tap into the State and Local Market

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