The former White House acting senior director for cyberspace who conducted President Obama's 60-day cyberspace policy review will advise Cisco on advancing cybersecurity policy and tighter partnering between the private and public sectors.
"The recent intrusions reported by Google are a stark reminder of the importance of these cyber assets, and a wake-up call to those who have not taken this problem seriously." - National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair
When it comes to enterprise security, an organization gets its tone from the top - even when the tone is set accidentally.
How do you set the right tone? That's the topic of the new book from former CISO Jennifer Bayuk: "Enterprise Security for the Executive: Setting the Tone from the Top."
In an interview about...
Former FBI CIO Zal Azmi, CACI International Senior Vice President for Global Strategic Law Enforcement and National
Just as spy agencies have intelligence analysts, the government needs to develop technically savvy cyber analysts as IT threats from foreign nations and criminal organizations grow, says a former...
Busy first week includes lots of meetings, but none with Obama.
Howard Schmidt hit the road running last week as he started his new job as the long-awaited White House cybersecurity coordinator.
In an impromptu interview with GovInfoSecurity.com Eric Chabrow and other reporters at the State of the Internet...
"One of the reasons our networks aren't secure is we have a lot of people who are always willing to say no," CSIS Senior Fellow James Lewis says. "Don't tell me why we shouldn't do something; tell me what we should do."
Combining pay, benefits, career training and job challenge, the Defense Information Systems Agency is second to none, including the private sector, in attracting qualified IT security candidates, DISA's Myra Powell says.
"We want to make sure that critical new threat area that we're building a foundation of cooperation with our oldest ally as we tackle the critical challenges that cyber security poses," William Lynn says.