Roopangi Kadakia, the Veterans Affairs Department’s chief cloud strategist, is leaving for the private sector.
Along with Danny Toler, Dave DeVries, OPM’s CIO, is leaving government service and Grant Schneider takes on additional duties at the NSC.
The newest edition of the National Association of Corporate Directors’ Cyber-Risk Oversight handbook advises private sector managers and boards of directors to think about cybersecurity at both the front and back ends, and use available government resources.
DHS promotes Danny Toler and brings on GSA veteran Emile Monett to work on the CDM program.
The Homeland Security Department added a netflow analysis capability to its Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS) program and released interim guidance for private sector cyber threat and vulnerability information sharing.
The Homeland Security Department picks Raytheon to run the DOMino program, which maintains and improves the intrusion protection and detection system known as EINSTEIN, and develops other cyber tools under the National Cybersecurity Protection System.
Brendan Goode, the director of the Network Security Deployment division in the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications (CS&C), is leaving for the private sector. Danny Toler, deputy director of Federal Network Resilience division, will replace him.
The director of the Federal Network Security Branch becomes the fifth senior-level official to leave in more than a year. Danny Toler will assume his responsibilities at least in the interim.
Danny Toler becomes the second State Department official to go to the Homeland Security Department’s Office of Cybersecurity and Communications since January. He also is the second high ranking official to join DHS in the last week.
Danny Toler Director, Enterprise Network Management Office in the Bureau of Information Resources Management, Department of State Oct. 9th, 2008