Aaron Boyd

  • Chris Townsend, vice president of federal, Symantec. (Aaron Boyd/Staff)
    The changing cybersecurity market [Live]

    Federal Times editor Aaron Boyd and Symantec VP of Federal Chris Townsend talk about how the cybersecurity ecosystem has changed and what this means for government and the private sector.

  • A man asks a question during a panel at Cybercon 2016. (Daniel Woolfolk/Staff)
    'Tis the season for CyberCon

    It’s that time of year again. A time when people come together to catch up on the last 12 months and reconnect with friends and colleagues.

  • HUD Secretary Ben Carson, honorary chair of the 2017 CFC, sat down with Federal Times on Oct. 11, 2017. (John Bretschneider/Staff)
    Secretary Carson talks future of CFC, feds' charitable spirit

    With declining donations year-over-year and a late start, the 2017 Combined Federal Campaign has a tough road ahead. That hasn’t put a damper on the spirit of this year’s honorary chair, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, who believes strongly in Americans’ charitable nature – particularly that of federal employees.

  • Eugene Kaspersky, Russian antivirus programs developer and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, watches trough a window decorated with programming code's symbols at his company's headquarters in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, July 1, 2017. Kaspersky says he's ready to have his company's source code examined by U.S. government officials to help dispel long-lingering suspicions about his company's ties to the Kremlin. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)
    DHS gives agencies 90 days to purge all Kaspersky products

    After months of current and former U.S. government officials warning against using cybersecurity products developed and sold by Russia-based Kaspersky Lab, acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke issued a binding operational directive on Wednesday telling all federal agencies to get Kaspersky software off their systems within 90 days.