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LaVerne Council, the assistant VA secretary for information and technology

New VA CIO Issues Cyber Strategy, Wants to Tackle ‘Quick Wins’

LaVerne Council said the agency submitted an enterprise cybersecurity strategy to Congress on Sept. 28, ahead of schedule.

OPM: ‘There’s No Way’ to Isolate Background Check Systems from the Internet

"Air-gapped" computers are used by defense organizations, nuclear power plants and other environments that require the tightest security.

White House Seeks Cyber Policy Guru

Duties include creating policy recommendations and reviewing governmentwide cybersecurity workforce policies, procedures and programs to close any existing gaps,

Amid High Demand, Peace Corps Turns to Cloud

Using a cloud-based solution to also help fill volunteer openings across 140 countries is part of changes the agency made to personalize its recruitment efforts.

Stars cannot be hacked.

The Navy is Reinstating the Ancient Art of Celestial Navigation

Satellites and GPS are vulnerable to cyber attack. The tools of yesteryear are not.

The Federal Register's Archives Go Digital

The plan is to digitize more than 14,500 issues, currently only viewable in hard copy.

What’s Next for Digital Government? Look Beyond ‘Silicon Valley Superheroes’

The next phase of the strategy to inculcate innovative digital practices in the halls of government might be to focus on the smartest people already in the room.

Fraud is a problem for both old cards and new cards alike.

FBI: New Chip Credit Cards Aren’t a Fraud Cure-all

While new credit cards with chips are more secure than your old magnetic-stripe cards, there are still some flaws.

Why America Needs New Voting Technology

Municipalities that upgraded election tech in the years after the 2000 debacle are now working with equipment that is more than 10 years old.

OPM CIO Donna Seymour

OPM to Fully Do Away with Passwords for Network Access – In 2 Years

Today, all OPM employees need a smart card for network access, but not for all users outside of the agency.