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Obituary: Alan Paller

Alan Paller, the founder and director of the SANS Institute, passed away Nov. 9 at the age of 76.

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A cyber cautionary tale: Unnamed agency suffers sophisticated, possibly nation state, attack

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For some CIOs, the decision to limit the use of Zoom isn’t a big deal

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Demand pushes CIO Council to increase class size of cyber reskilling academy

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DHS issues first emergency cyber directive due to what didn’t happen in 2009

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In ‘Cybertropolis,’ Army begins to move its cyber training exercises into the physical world

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First of 3 new cyber policies overhauls review, repair of critical systems

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GSA to join DoD in hiring ethical hackers to find cyber vulnerabilities

The General Services Administration’s Technology Transformation Service (TTS) released a draft solicitation asking for industry input in creating a bug…

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Alan Paller: Federal progress in cybersecurity

To judge the progress of cybersecurity preparedness in the federal government, you’ve got to take a long-term view. One person who’s been tracking cybersecurity…

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A “blended” approach to continuous learning

Richard Spires, CEO of Learning Tree International, joins host John Gilroy to discuss how to use continuous learning to close the “skill gap” in the federal government. May 10, 2016

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