By Neil Chaudhuri | October 30, 2018
I had the opportunity to join a panel discussion hosted by Frank McNally, Director of Learning and Content Development at Public Spend Forum, where we discussed cybersecurity procurement in the federal government. Rounding out the panel was Spence Witten, VP of security solutions provider LunarLine, who has a wealth of experience with federal procurement in the security space.
Check out why procurement officials need to take initiative when buying cybersecurity solutions (and how they can do it both pre-award and post-award) and how security can be built into the software engineering process. And how we managed to make references to the Stanley Cup Finals and Shakespeare and Hemingway.
I hope you enjoy it! Feel free to let us know what you think.