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ODNI Launches New Governance Structure Under Transformation Initiative; Dan Coats Comments

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has established a new organizational structure and implemented new processes as part of a transformation effort unveiled in March. “Our comprehensive approach to transformation covered many areas, including synchronizing and streamlining processes, better developing our people, improving the efficiency and effectiveness of our decisions …

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John Hickey: DISA Aims to Detect Network Threats Via Identity Mgmt, Cyber Protection Teams

John Hickey, cyber development director at the Defense Information Systems Agency, has said DISA relies on cyber protection teams, identity management and integrated security to help detect and protect the agency’s information networks from cyber threats. Hickey said that DISA collaborates with the Joint Force Headquarters-Department of Defense Information Networks …

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Tim Ruland: Census Bureau Partners With Carnegie Mellon University to Build Up Insider Threat Program

The U.S. Census Bureau has collaborated with Carnegie Mellon University to build up its insider threat program as part of the agency’s risk management framework, Federal News Radio reported Friday. Meredith Somers writes Tim Ruland, chief information technology security officer at the Census Bureau, said the bureau also concluded two phishing exercises …

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DLA’s Insider Threat Program Fully Operational

The Defense Logistics Agency established a “fully operational” insider-threat program five months ahead of the Dec. 31 deadline for all Defense Department components to develop and implement measures against security threats posed by employees. DLA said Friday it formed an insider threat working group that will meet quarterly to create policy and engage senior leaders as well as an incident …

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