For federal agents investigating cybercrimes, gathering open source intelligence is a lot like going undercover.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Mark Esper is poised to become the next Defense secretary. If he’s confirmed, one of his first jobs will be to help fill the rest of the vacant politically-appointed positions in the Pentagon.
PSC’s Alan Chvotkin joined Federal Drive to discuss the Defense Department’s ongoing efforts to get contractors to comply with cybersecuirty standards.
Greg Hall, chief information security officer of the U.S. Attorneys, joined Federal Drive to discuss cybersecurity data at federal agencies.
Bloomberg Government analyst Cameron Leuthy looked further into the issue. Leuthy joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin with a closer look into FBI IT spending.
A top Customs and Border Protection official said an investigation into a subcontractor’s handling of images taken of travelers crossing the U.S.-Mexico could result in criminal or civil charges.
Donna Dodson, NIST chief cybersecurity advisor, and Murugiah Souppaya, a computer scientist, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to talk about why so few development groups use security frameworks.
FDIC IG Jay Lerner and Mark Mulholland, assistant IG for audits and cyber, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin with highlights from their inspection of how well the agency uses its cyber tools.
Jeremy Rissi, vice president Commercial and Public Sector at MobileIron, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to explain how a phone based system can be used to help federal agencies protect their data, and detect cyber threats.
NRC’s IG took a look at inspectors overseeing cybersecurity at generating plants. Assistant IG for audit, Brett Baker, joined Federal Drive with the results.
A governmentwide push toward electronic records reduce storage costs and make it easier for members of the public to access archived information.
Adilson Jardim, the area vice president for public sector engineering at Splunk, explains why data is the key to making AI work in agencies.
The Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Subcommittee on Investigations’ report on the cybersecurity at eight agencies highlights systemic problems over the last decade and offers several recommendations.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Management and Budget has given agencies a timeline to switch from paper records, to electronic records.