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Report: DHS Names Mark Kneidinger as National Risk Mgmt Center Deputy Chief in Series of Exec Moves

Mark Kneidinger, director of federal network resilience division at the Department of Homeland Security’s office of cybersecurity and communications, has been named deputy director of the National Risk Management Center, Federal News Radio reported Monday. He will serve as deputy to Bob Kolasky, who was appointed director of the center in August.

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Mark Kneidinger: Congress Should Establish Legal Authority for Federal CISO Post

Mark Kneidinger, director of the Department of Homeland Security‘s federal network resilience division, has said he believes a federal chief information security officer will not be able to demonstrate leadership potential without legal authority, Fedscoop reported Thursday. Billy Mitchell writes Kneidinger told audience during an Independent Telecommunications Pioneer Association-hosted panel discussion Thursday …

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Mark Kneidinger: DHS Aims to Help Other Agencies Secure IT Migration to Cloud

The Department of Homeland Security has partnered with the Federal Chief Information Officers Council and the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program office to help accelerate agencies’ adoption of cloud-based information technology applications, FierceGovernmentIT reported Thursday. Dibya Sarkar writes Mark Kneidinger, DHS director of federal network resilience, said Tuesday at …

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