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The National Insider Threat Task Force is raising awareness about phishing, social engineering and other modern tactics, while also gearing up for a new push aimed at “safeguarding science,” according to its deputy director.
A leader at the Directorate of Digital Innovation predicts that the CIA's median hiring time will have dropped by “orders of magnitude” by this December.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center is taking advantage of a moment when agencies and policymakers are more attuned to cyber supply chain security concerns.
Savannah Fellows, Daniel Brown and Rhiannon Thomas, counterterrorism intelligence analysts on the NORTHCOM Team at The Counterterrorism Group , join host Derrick Dortch to discuss terror threats in the US.
Stacey Casas and Savannah Fellows, counterterrorism intelligence analysts at The Counterterrorism Group, join host Derrick Dortcch on this week's Fed Access to discuss terror threats in the US, including threats against law enforcement, the increased threat environment because of Roe Vs. Wade, and recent mass shootings.
The introduction of “e-App” is a key development in an NBIS software project that’s considered the cornerstone of federal personnel vetting reforms.
Spy agencies are ramping up partnerships with the commercial space industry and using artificial intelligence to help sort through all the data.
Robert Beuerlein, a recently retired Army information warfare officer and now-principal consultant at Frost and Sullivan, told the Federal Drive with Tom Temin about the trends he's seen in his research.
The spy agency is positioning itself as a "service provider" of commercial satellite imagery.
Mental health care is not an automatic disqualifier for national security clearances, and the way the Intelligence Community evaluates answers to mental health questions might be undergoing some revision.
The new foundation plans to provide OSINT certifications and advocate for a dedicated program of record within the intelligence community.
Intelligence agencies are increasing telework options and other workplace flexibilities in some cases, as they look to better compete with the private sector for increasingly scarce talent.
In today's Federal Newscast: The IC gets a new chief data officer. The U.S. Army is offering thousands of dollars in signing bonuses to try to increase recruiting. A new legal opinion about the Technology Modernization Fund sheds light on payback options.
The effort comes as the intelligence community continues to lag behind the broader workforce on diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility metrics.