Melinda Rogers, deputy chief information officer of the Justice Department, details her approach to IT and cybersecurity talent management on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Always be recruiting. That’s the advice Melinda Rogers, deputy chief information officer at the Justice Department, has for anyone trying to maintain a cybersecurity staff.
In this exclusive executive briefing, the following experts discuss practical cyber workforce strategies and ways government and industry can collaborate more effectively
“The government doesn’t have a monopoly on threat intelligence in this space.” That’s what Tonya Uggoretz, the director of the cyber threat intelligence integration center, said quite profoundly back in April.
The Office of Personnel Management is putting a team in place to figure out how to move key services such as HR Solutions to GSA.
Insider threat: cybersecurity considerations when the walls will never be thick enough
Five technology experts collaborated to discuss cybersecurity in the federal government with a focus on insider threat. Members of the panel included Kerry Long, program manager at Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence; Deborah Pierre-Louis, chief information security officer and director of the Policy, Liaison and Training Oversight Office, Directorate of the Deputy CIO for Information Assurance at the Department of State; Melinda Rogers, chief information security officer at the Department of Justice; and Tim Estes, founder and CEO of Digital Reasoning.
It’s easy to set up a cyber-attack, but harder to defend against one. This was just one key point federal technology executives discussed on Federal News Radio’s panel, “Protecting the Front Line in Government Cyberattacks.” The panel took an in-depth look at the challenges federal IT executives face every day to keep federal networks safe and operational.