Posts from GovCon Daily for 07/16/2015

Doug Wolfe Overviews CIA’s Commercial Cloud Push, Innovation Agenda to Potomac Officers Club

The CIA‘s move to adopt commercial cloud computing technologies aims to get those tools directly into the hands of mission personnel and customers and have new products tailored to their goals, the agency’s chief information officer told the Potomac Officers Club Thursday…
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DHS Licenses New Cyber Tool to Cambridge Global Advisors; Mike Pozmantier Comments

Advisory services firm Cambridge Global Advisors has obtained a commercial license for a new cybersecurity technology from the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate. The network mapping software system developed by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory works to inform users on the devices that connect to their network, DHS said Wednesday…
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Sylvia Burns: OPM Hack Puts ‘Different Lens’ on 2-Factor Authentication

Sylvia Burns, chief information officer at the Interior Department, has acknowledged security issues at her agency after a hack on a DOI-operated data center that stores records of federal employees from the Office of Personnel Management, Nextgov reported Wednesday…
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Manson Brown: NOAA to Issue Commercial Data Standards in Late 2015

Manson Brown, deputy administrator at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, has detailed NOAA’s plan to release standards that regulate the use of commercial data in late 2015, FCW reported Wednesday…
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Terry Halvorsen: DoD Seeks to Boost Mobile Data Access at ‘Point of Execution’

Terry Halvorsen, chief information officer of the Defense Department, has said DoD aims to implement a two-tier wireless network service for agency employees and visitors by January 2016, DoD News reported Wednesday…
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