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What Every CIO (Current and Aspiring) Needs to Know
Congressional Democrats are pushing for a hearing to discuss election security improvements while demanding further action in the wake of indictments leveled by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Companies aren’t properly incentivized to protect their networks and we’re all paying the price, the Council of Economic Advisers concludes.
The Code.mil open source initiative got a makeover and a new website: Code.mil.
The Defense Department will host an industry day for its Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud acquisition on March 7.
Resume Assistant will spruce up your CV automatically.
A commission on the draft is studying cutting age and gender exclusions for people with cyber skills.
A department contest advanced five early warning systems designed to detect biological attacks.
The Trump administration requested $1.2 billion in fiscal 2019 for a commercial health records contract, which the department is expected to award by March.
One bug discovered during Hack the Air Force 2.0 earned $12,500—the largest federal bounty paid out so far.
Any change to encryption policy will require a tradeoff between individual security and national security, a report from the National Academies concludes.
The department wants to integrate cyber vetting into existing supply chain checks.
The White House made machine learning and autonomous systems research and development priorities this year, the deputy chief technology officer said.
The agency made some swaps on the $15 billion sister to Alliant 2 Unrestricted since the pre-award notice.
Despite agency policies, many federal employees download unauthorized apps and connect personal devices to agency networks.
The president’s budget proposal is more about priorities than actual funding. So what does it tell us?
The Russian antivirus company previously sued to reverse a ban imposed by the Homeland Security Department.
The president’s budget proposal has some troubling news for the space agency’s next big astronomy mission.
, The Atlantic
The Homeland Security Department banned the Russian antivirus company Kaspersky from government networks last year. Huawei and ZTE may be next.
Former federal Chief Information Security Officer Greg Touhill shares what it takes to become a cyber expert.
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