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DOJ Inspector General Recommends on FBI’s Text Data Collection

The Department of Justice's Office of the Inspector General has found that the FBI has not collected a standard amount of text messages from over 31,000 agency-issued mobile devices. DOJ OIG said it attributes its initial observation to a database with plain text repository for a significant percentage of messages, indicating a problem with FBI Enterprise Security Operations Center's data collection tool.

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DARPA Continuing SHARE Tactical Network Security Program Ahead of Full Transition in 2020

The Defense Advance Research Projects Agency started phase two of the Secure Handhelds on Assured Resilient networks at the tactical Edge program aiming to protect crucial information on multiple security levels, FCW reported Thursday. The SHARE effort intends to access multiple security levels through one device connected to a tactical network to protect data exchanged with key coalition entities.

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Inspector General: DOI Must Update Logical Access Controls to Protect Sensitive Data

The Interior Department‘s Office of Inspector General has recommended that DOI update its logical access control policies in order to meet current sensitive data protection requirements established by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. DOI OIG said in an Aug.8 audit report it reviewed the department’s security policies and procedures that apply to its computer …

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Kevin Nally Joins US Secret Service as CIO

Kevin Nally, a retired brigadier general and former chief information officer of the U.S. Marine Corps, has joined the U.S. Secret Service as CIO, FCW reported Wednesday. Sean Lyngaas writes Nally will oversee the Secret Service’s efforts to further the use of mobile devices, advanced surveillance and threat mitigation systems. …

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