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Here’s a Handbook for Becoming a Great Agency CISO

The CIO and CISO Councils teamed up to offer a comprehensive, searchable guide to being a cybersecurity leader.

Critical Update: How Agencies Can Get and Keep the Best Talent

U.S. Digital Service Chief of Staff Elaine Ho joins the podcast to offer tips for recruiting and retaining tech employees.

Dana Deasy, Defense Department CIO

What DOD’s Change In Cloud Leadership Means For Multibillion-Dollar Programs

The Defense Department’s management chief Jay Gibson discusses the evolving Cloud Executive Steering Group.

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker, R-Tenn.

Bill to Reinstate and Elevate Top Cyber Diplomat Advances from Senate Committee

The Trump administration first removed the position, then combined it with State’s internet governance chief.

Analysis: James Madison Would Be Horrified by a Tweeting President

The head of the National Constitution Center speaks out on how social media has eroded the founding father's vision for democracy.

Cyber Researchers Don’t Think Feds or Congress Can Protect Against Cyberattacks

Only 15 percent of cyber researchers think the U.S. can defend against a critical infrastructure cyberattack, according to a survey.

IRS’ Rush to Secure Exposed Taxpayer Data Left It Vulnerable Again

Personal information about more than 350,000 taxpayers was compromised in 2015. Three years later, it’s still not secure.

A customs agent, left, adjusts a face recognition camera as he screens a family after their recent international flight arrival at Orlando International Airport, Thursday, June 21, 2018.

U.S. Customs Expects Face Scanning to Speed Up Security at Florida Airport

Using Homeland Security’s biometric program, one airport is increasing security while shortening lines.

Streamlined Grant Reporting May Be Coming Soon

Survey shows data standardization can boost efficiency, though cultural blocks remain.

U.S. Border Patrol agents conduct intake of illegal border crossers at the Central Processing Center in McAllen, Texas.

In 2020, We’ll Have Digitized Immigration. Until Then, We Have JAG Lawyers

An effort to shrink the case backlog hobbling the immigration system is just getting started.