As part of the expanding Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program, the Homeland Security Department (DHS) plans to bring on another 30 employees to evaluate, monitor and standardize cybersecurity capabilities across agencies.
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The Homeland Security Department is taking a multi-pronged approach to cybersecurity — one that will more clearly define its role and expectations of agencies.
The MGT Act has revamped national efforts to upgrade IT systems, but there remain fundamental questions about the government’s role in technology.
In addition to its work with FEMA, DHS Digital Service has also made significant improvements to USCIS, particularly on the Electronic Immigration System.
Efficiency is everything in government. That’s why increasing productivity has stepped into the spotlight for government organizations as they seek new methods to serve increasing citizen expectations. But how can government productivity be increased with lacking resources and rampant budget cuts?
There’s a growing appetite among federal CIOs to move from merely talking about transforming government IT and cyber, to actually institutionalizing change.
In an effort to enhance the federal government’s cyber posture, the Department of Homeland Security created the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation, or CDM, program. CDM provides DHS, and other federal agencies, the capabilities and tools to identify cybersecurity risks on an ongoing basis, as well as detect and respond to threats in real time. TheRead… Read more »
Jan. 15 marks the first deadline in DMARC policy implementation for federal agencies. Here’s a brief look into what that means, and how agencies are doing.
Training budgets are often seen as nice-to-haves. But at a time when agencies are expected to increase performance while reducing the size and cost of their workforce, training is a necessity.
Every agency has a unique mission to fulfill. And within those agencies, there are a multitude of unique roles that must be filled to meet mission objectives. However, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Chief Procurement Officer Soraya Correa explained that each of those support roles shouldn’t be viewed—or trained—in a silo.