Essye Miller, the principal deputy DoD chief information officer discusses IT and telework issues relating to coronavirus during an employee town hall at the Pentagon on March 16.

For DoD’s Miller, CAC roll out signaled career-changing event

Essye Miller, the principal deputy chief information officer at DoD, is retiring from federal service on June 30 after more than 35 years in government.

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As Pentagon gears up for more teleworkers, IT network is already strained

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DoD reshuffles panel tasked with speedy adoption of cloud computing

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Jeff Eisensmith, DHS chief information security officer

How DHS, DoD sharpen their cyber pencils to make the right investments

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Cellphones may have just gotten a little more mobile in the Pentagon

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FILE - This Monday, Jan. 30, 2017, file photo shows a sign above the headquarters of Kaspersky Lab in Moscow. On Monday, Oct. 23, 2017, Kaspersky Lab said it will open up its anti-virus software to outside review as it deals with security concerns. The company is making the move a month after the U.S. government barred agencies from using its software. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin, File)

Did agencies suffer a data breach by using Kaspersky? DHS says no ‘conclusive’ evidence, yet

House Science, Space and Technology Committee members learned that NASA, DoD do not have Kaspersky products on their networks.

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A computer forensic examiner looks for evidence on hard drives at the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center in Linthicum, Md., Thursday, Aug. 11, 2011. Hackers and hostile nations are launching increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks against U.S. defense contractors. And the Pentagon is extending a program to help protect its prime suppliers, while serving as a possible model for other government agencies. Pentagon analysts are investigating a growing number of cases involving the mishandling or removal of classified data from military and corporate systems. Defense officials say intrusions into defense networks are now close to 30 percent of the Pentagon's Cyber Crime Center's workload. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

Full implementation of DoD’s Cyber Excepted Service still a year away

The Defense Department is planning a three-phase rollout of a new personnel system for its cyber workforce.

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DoD in discussions with vendors to simplify cloud security rules

Amid a new push to “accelerate” commercial cloud adoption, the Defense Department is in talks with commercial industry to find ways to smooth its cloud security approval process.

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