Social media is a critical platform for government agencies to connect with their constituents but it has also become a new infosec threat vector.
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Part 2 will focus on how we build skills to fill organizational gaps, get ahead of bad actors and develop our team members.
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Our resident security expert and a retired Army JAG David Willson, JD, LLM, CISSP, Security+, shared this blog with us on cyber heists. A cyber heist is a robbery that occurs in cyberspace or on the Internet. Hackers usually compromise business networks with e-mail scams and phishing attacks. They also steal usernames, passwords, logon credentials,Read… Read more »
Earlier this year I attended a workshop at AFCEA’s West13 conference lead by Jeff Moulton, principal research associate at the Georgia Tech Research Institute. He shared his “Seven Habits of Highly Secure People.” Moulton pointed out that as humans, we all function in different ways with different habits. “Everyone in this audience goes about theirRead… Read more »
In 2009 I received a phone call from the Policy Office at the Department of Homeland Security. At the time, I personally did not know a soul at DHS and have never envisioned I would be called upon to share best practices for government open source software projects with the federal government. But there itRead… Read more »