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?
As part of the Trusted Workforce 2.0 initiative, intelligence and industry communities are preparing to deliver their plan to reimagine the security clearance to Congress by the end of the year.
David Wajsgras, president of Raytheon’s Intelligence, Information and Services business, said the acceptance of dev/ops is causing vendors to rethink how they meet agency demands.
Lawyer says former CIA employee is “deeply saddened” he could face espionage charges from leak of cyber hacking tools
Roger Stanton, the assistant director of the insider threat office for the FBI, said the two technology platforms will help create a better culture of collaboration.
In part 2 of his commentary, Tom McMurtrie, a research fellow with the Army’s Training with Industry Program, details the challenges with implementing new approaches.
In part 1 of his commentary, Tom McMurtrie, a research fellow with the Army’s Training with Industry Program, offers details on the current state of agency efforts to protect against insider threats.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center plans to deploy its own fully functional continuous evaluation system by fall 2018. Executive branch agencies buy into those services, and NCSC will continually vet agency employees against 10 different databases.