The Office of Management and Budget and the Department of Homeland Security led a much more coordinated and informed defense against the WannaCry cyber attack that began May 12.
Trevor Rudolph, the chief of business operations and cybersecurity for Whitehawk and a former chief of OMB’s cyber and national security team, said during his five years on the job he has seen a marked improvement in how agencies are securing their data and systems.
Trevor Rudolph is leaving the White House after spending the last four-plus years as the chief of OMB’s Cyber and National Security Unit. IT executives at the GPO and SEC also are on the move.
Intelligence analysts say a new Defense Department data gathering policy helps civil liberties and intelligence work.