Tag Archives: Frank Konieczny

USAF to Migrate Mission-Critical Apps Into Zero-Trust Environment

NIST Cybersecurity

The U.S. Air Force is looking to enhance its cybersecurity in response to the service branch's remote work setup by moving its mission-critical applications into a zero-trust environment, Fedscoop reported Tuesday. The Air Force also rolled out pilot efforts to assess potential migrations to a zero-trust setup amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Gov’t Tech Leaders on Addressing Security Risks of Edge Computing

Edge Computing

Technology executives at military and federal agencies said organizations should come up with security strategies to address vulnerabilities as edge computing becomes more viable driven by advancements in cloud, 5G, internet of things and other tech platforms, Federal News Network reported Wednesday.

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Air Force to Increase Number of Bases to Host 5G Experiments; Frank Konieczny Quoted

Frank Konieczny

The U.S. Air Force (USAF) is preparing to expand the number of U.S. military bases that will accommodate 5G technology testing activities. Frank Konieczny, the service’s chief technology officer, said there has been a leasing opportunity for 10 installations in the U.S. southeast region and another incoming for 20 bases in the northeast.

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DISA, USAF Partner to Bolster Mobile Device Security

The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) is working with the U.S. Air Force to test physical cases designed to bolster the security of mobile devices used by airmen, Fedscoop reported Tuesday. These cases cover cameras and shield phones with signal jamming and biometrics to allow the devices for use in facilities with strict security requirements.

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USAF Sees Value in Faulty Data; Frank Konieczny Quoted

Analysts from the U.S. Air Force see to it that bad data must undergo evaluation with senior leadership before fixing, Fedscoop reported Wednesday. Frank Konieczny, USAF chief technology officer, said the service branch is working to keep data flaws uncensored. Data flaws may include obsolete formatting, typos and incorrect or incomplete input.

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Sonny Hashmi: GSA Follows Private Sector Trends to Handle Data

Sonny Hashmi, chief information officer of the General Services Administration, has outlined how the agency adopts trends from the private sector to manage the data it collects, the Washington Post reported Friday. Hashmi also called on other federal government agencies during a conference in Washington to take their cues from …

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