Federal cyber experts say the Homeland Security Department’s draft TIC 3.0 implementation guidance is well thought out and gives agencies the necessary leeway to find a secure way to the cloud.
Jeanette Manfra, assistant director for cybersecurity at the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, is leaving her post at the end of the year for the private sector, according to a CISA official.
CISA’s Jeanette Manfra said her office has talked with 50 agencies, cloud and network vendors and others to create guidance to help agencies more easily meet the Trusted Internet Connections requirements.
Beau Houser will join Census Bureau to be its chief information security officer after spending the last two years as SBA in a similar role.
Federal chief information officer Suzette Kent said in an exclusive interview that during her time leading federal technology she has learned the biggest areas agencies need to catch the private sector in is processes and people, but not technology.
Building zero trust into agencies’ networks is on several IT modernization to-do lists through the federal government. But the term is so broad that it can often be misunderstood.
The Office of Management and Budget is updating the 11 year old Trusted Internet Connections policy that many said made it harder to move to the cloud.
In today’s Federal Newscast, citing the cost of defending himself against “false” allegations, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said he will be stepping down.
Federal Chief Information Officer Suzette Kent said all of the work around IT modernization in 2018 set the foundation for bigger accomplishments in 2019.
Mark Bunn, DHS’ TIC program manager, described some of the changes agencies can expect to see in TIC 3.0.