FBI employee indicted for stealing classified info on FBI cybersecurity work
The documents also revealed information on al Qaeda and counterintelligence work.
Those who are ‘data fluent’ will be future leaders of DOD, deputy CDO says
"Those who are fluent in using data will be the future leaders in our organization," said Clark Cully, DOD's deputy chief data officer.
North Dakota’s IT offices could shrink by 80%, CIO says
North Dakota spends millions on office space, including a major facility currently going largely unused by the IT agency, but that could change, the state's top technology official said.
European police hope Google ads will steer teenagers away from a life of hacking
Success is hard to measure, police say.
Nevada presses pause on 'innovation zones'
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak said the idea of communities governed by technology companies warrants further public examination before the legislature makes a decision.
Indiana poised to increase cybersecurity info sharing among government
The state is expected to enact legislation that will require state agencies and local governments to report all cyberattacks to the Indiana Office of Technology.
Black CIOs share stories of pandemic accomplishments
"This is long overdue," said Ohio CIO Ervan Rodgers, who led his colleagues in sharing how they've dealt with COVID-19 and other challenges.
DHS cyber official Rick Driggers heads to the private sector
Driggers has led CISA’s Integrated Operations Division, which houses the agency’s center for sharing cyberthreat information with the private sector.
Vilsack looks to return USDA to more-liberal telework policy
Tom Vilsack said he's moving USDA back to a telework policy of allowing up to four days of remote work a week, which he rolled out in 2014 during his prior tenure.
CIOs are working with CXOs more, but still largely in an advisory role
The Office of Federal Student Aid is working on upgrading IT and improving CX simultaneously, but CX teams remain relatively new.