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Matt Kraning, chief technology officer and co-founder of Expanse, wrote in a guest piece published Thursday on Nextgov that the Department of Defense and federal civilian agencies looking to accelerate the acquisition process and deliver more innovative platforms should advance program protection. “In order to be effective and comprehensive, a program protection model should start where an attacker would first begin to surveil a vendor in cyberspace: in its exposed internet presence, such as websites, file transfer services and remote access protocols,“ he said.

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TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 1, 2019 “” Matt Kraning, co-founder and chief technology officer at cybersecurity company Expanse, has said the government must aim for "continuous technical validation" to more efficiently protect its information assets, which could be housed in the databases of the numerous suppliers and contractors that it works with, GovCon Wire reported Sept. 17.

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Dana Barnes, senior vice president of Palo Alto Networks’ Public Sector and 2021 Wash100 Award winner, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz for the publication’s latest Executive Spotlight interview. During the interview, Dana Barnes discussed the challenges of creating a productive culture, the impact that artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies are having on the federal workforce […] More

Carahsoft Technology has added 65 new vendors to its contract with the U.S. Army for computer software and associated hardware deliveries. The company said Tuesday it now has 128 providers under the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions ““ Software 2 contract. ITES-SW2 supports the Computer Hardware Enterprise Software and Solutions or CHESS program, which aims to help the federal government augment its enterprise infrastructure.

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