In today’s Federal Newscast, the Government Accountability Office says feedback from federal agencies shows the General Services Administration’s lease requirements cause building owners to charge the government more than private companies would pay for the same office space
As the Trump administration prepares to dramatically ramp up its continuous evaluation capabilities in the coming years, industry is asking for access to some of the data collected from cleared contractors. That information, industry says, will better inform their own insider threat programs.
The background checking process for security clearance is becoming a continuous thing, with ongoing monitoring of databases for clues to changes in cleared peoples’ situations.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Defense Department is looking to hire an ethicist who can guide defense agencies on the application of artificial intelligence.
The RAND Corporation estimated government could save as much as $27.8 billion over 25 years by enrolling more security clearances into a sophisticated continuous evaluation program.
FireEye has an internal-facing insider threat program, where they fine-tune techniques for preventing insider threat breaches.
Any mention of an organization and insider threat in the same sentence generally conjures up an image of information being stolen by an employee — which is precisely the image Michael Theis and Matt Moynahan want to change.
As the insider threat space constantly evolves, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence has a new framework designed to withstand the ever-changing landscape.
Thrift Savings Plan participants have been asking if the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board will ever add two-factor authentication to their online accounts. The agency said plans to implement it are in the works.
Would continuous background monitoring have stopped a Reality Winner from accessing, let alone leaking, secret documents?