Former federal CIOs offered suggestions for how current technology executives can tamp down controversy in the aftermath of a cyber attack.
On this week’s episode of Women of Washington, Gigi Schumm welcomed Mischel Kwon of MKACyber, who created her company as a consulting firm to help “improve security operations for enterprises and U.S. federal government agencies.”
The Office of Management and Budget’s fiscal 2016 Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) report to Congress shows more agencies have stronger cyber defenses in place.
The 2017 Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) guidance to agencies redefines what constitutes a major cyber incident for a third time in the last decade.
Danny Harris, the Education Department’s chief information officer for the last seven years, decided to retire after 32 years in government.
Agency tech staffs too often erase important forensic evidence after a cyber attack. Homeland Security is trying to change that so system administrators preserve data. Ann Barron-DiCamillo is the Director of the U.S. Computer Emergency Response Team. She tells Executive Editor Jason Miller about some of the disturbing trends her team sees and how agencies can avoid erasing forensic evidence after a cyber attack.
DHS is trying to change how agencies react to when they discover a cyber attack. Too often, those responses are hampering forensic investigations.