Posts Tagged: CISO

Less is More: How Government Agencies Can Maximize Cybersecurity Investments Despite Shrinking Budgets

The reality for many agencies is their leaders must make tough decisions in prioritizing where the limited funds should go. In some cases, that can leave cybersecurity capabilities with insufficient funds to meet future goals and objectives.

The Role of the CISO

This interview is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent research guide, The Current State of Government’s Cybersecurity. When you think of a Chief Information Security Officer’s (CISO) job description, you probably think of something like “establish business objectives while overseeing the protection of an organization’s technological assets.” It all sounds pretty straight forward. But if you talk… Read more »

My Cup of IT: iMullet?

By Steve O’Keeffe — http://bit.ly/LBpSYR Yep – like every other middle-aged fella, I had to have an iPad. It’s cool. It’s slick. But I sported a mullet too… At my “padiversary,” I’ve stopped lugging it to meetings. Couldn’t make intelligible notes. Keyboards for people that don’t need to work. Yes, you can get a keyboard… Read more »

My Cup of IT: Semper Eadem

By Steve O’Keeffe – http://bit.ly/xpzZwI What do Federal cyber security chiefs and Queen Elizabeth I have in common? The guts and determination to fend off an armada of invaders – perhaps? Despite Federal CISOs’ fortitude and dedication, I’d suggest that it’s England’s warrior queen’s motto that really unites the two. “Semper Eadem” – always the… Read more »