Tag Archive for: Cybersecurity

ManTech recruits recent DHS CISO as Vice President & Chief Information Security Officer

Paul Beckman, an experienced cybersecurity leader who spent more than a decade with the Department of Homeland Security before leaving Government last year, has taken on a new challenge as Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at ManTech. Paul served in a variety of information security roles with...

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MeriTalk: DHS Chief: $2.1 Billion of Cyber Funding ‘Critical’ to Mission

“Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told members of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee today that the agency’s $2.1 billion cybersecurity budget request for Fiscal Year 2022 is ‘critical’ to the agency’s mission of protecting the United States…” “As DHS Secretary, Mayorkas oversees the...

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GovernmentCIO: Federal Tech Leaders Outline Future of FedRAMP

“As federal agencies heavily leaned into cloud computing solutions this past year, Congress and the General Services Administration are making strides to strengthen FedRAMP strategies, communications and capabilities. One of these FedRAMP-boosting actions is in the potential passing of the FedRAMP Authorization Act this year, Rep. Gerry Connolly said...

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DHS CBP Chief Information Security Officer departs

Armed with perspective gained responsible for cybersecurity strategy, policy, compliance, and operations at the Department of Homeland Security’s US Customs and Border Protection and his years of experience as the Director of the DHS Security Operations Center where he directly led defense in the face persistent and targeted cyber...

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MeriTalk: DOE Releases C2M2 Version 2.0 with updates to protect critical infrastructure

“The Department of Energy (DoE) has released an updated version of its Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model (C2M2) with updates to address the cybersecurity of critical infrastructure, DoE’s Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response (CESER) unit announced July 21…” “’The Biden Administration is committed to securing our nation’s critical energy...

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Press Release: Qualys Wins Contract to Support DHS CDM for Group F Federal Agencies

“Qualys, Inc. (NASDAQ: QLYS), a pioneer and leading provider of disruptive cloud-based IT, security and compliance solutions, today announced it has secured a contract to provide its FedRAMP-authorized Cloud Platform to assist the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Dynamic and Evolving Federal Enterprise Network...

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Treasury IRS awards $6M Cybersecurity Technical Operations Support Services task to GDIT

GDIT has been awarded a 5-year, $6M task from the Department of the Treasury’s Internal Revenue Service to provide cybersecurity technical operations support services. This task was awarded using the CIO-SP3 contract vehicle. Awardee Name: GENERAL DYNAMICS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, INC. Contract Duration: 57 months Total Contract Value: $5,843,942.00 Funding...

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DHS CISA taps Branch Chief, Infrastructure Assessments and Analysis

Josha Jordan, a security professional with 15 years of experience in areas including critical infrastructure protection, public-private partnerships, domestic security strategic policy development, and management experience of several high priority programs, has taken on a new challenge as Branch Chief, Infrastructure Assessments and Analysis at the Department of Homeland...

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Nextgov: Energy Updates Assessment Tool for Administration’s 100-Day Cybersecurity Sprint

“The Energy Department has revamped a tool it developed almost a decade ago—the Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model—to help companies in the sector manage their cybersecurity risks as part of the Biden administration’s response to recent attacks on critical infrastructure, which included a particular focus on industrial control systems for...

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GovCyberHub: NIST, NSA, DOD, or HHS – which zero trust recommendation makes the most sense?

“In fact, multiple zero trust recommendations, documents, and frameworks have been issued across the government even before the executive order. What separates these disparate documents, and which one should government agencies follow as they implement a zero trust architecture within their IT organization? To answer these questions, we recently...

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