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mobile security

NIST Issues Mobile App Security Draft Guidelines; Tony Karygiannis Comments

The National Institute for Standards and Technology has released draft guidelines for government agencies to manage their mobile applications and identify associated risks, InformationWeek ...
Navy Adm. Michael Rogers

Adm. Michael Rogers Wants Trained Forces, Joint Network for Cyber Command

Adm. Michael Rogers Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, head of U.S. Cyber Command, has outlined his priorities for the organization as it seeks to fulfill new requirements, GovInfoSecurity ...
Victor Gavin

Victor Gavin: Navy to Focus on Network Security, Visibility, Modernization

Victor Gavin Victor Gavin, the U.S. Navy‘s program executive officer for enterprise information systems, has pointed to network security and visibility as his top priorities ...
CyberCrimeKeyboard

Joshua Campbell: FBI, Secret Service Probe Cyber Attacks on U.S. Financial Firms

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is probing the scope of reported cyber attacks against financial companies in the U.S., Reuters reported Thursday. Citing various reports, Jim Finkle ...
Roberta Stempfley

Roberta Stempfley: Govt-Wide Certification Program Needed to Screen Mobile Apps

A Department of Homeland Security official has proposed creating a government-wide security authorization service that would validate mobile applications before federal staff can download ...
Adam-Sedgewick

NIST’s Adam Sedgewick Addresses Industry Concerns About Cyber Framework Implementation

Adam Sedgewick A National Institute of Standards and Technology official has clarified that the agency’s voluntary cybersecurity framework is meant to offer private enterprises ...
map

Craig Brower: NGA Eyes Single GEOINT Platform Through ‘Map of the World’

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is working with BAE Systems to develop a “map of the world” that contains geographic-based intelligence and integrates many ...
DARPA

DARPA Seeks Info on Non-Invasive Neural Interfaces

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is seeking information on non-invasive neurotechnology systems for use in studies that involve single neural activity sensing on an ambulatory ...
James Clapper

James Clapper: IC Moves Toward a Shared Cloud Services Model

James Clapper U.S. intelligence organizations are working to build a common information technology network in the cloud as the agencies transition to a shared services strategy, Defense ...
cybersecurity

NIST Wants Feedback from Cybersecurity Framework Industry Users

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is seeking feedback from industry users of its voluntary cybersecurity framework following that framework’s release in February. NIST ...