Nextgov Enables Examination Of Big Data’s Role in Cybersecurity

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Three highly regarded community technologists will meet in a NextGov morning event 3 June 2014 to examine Big Data’s Role in Cybersecurity. Details from the invite: When addressing cybersecurity, it is tempting to think that strengthening walls is enough to prevent unwanted intruders–yet data breaches continue to occur at alarming rates. Facing increasingly sophisticated adversaries, bigger […]

Reduce Risk, Cost, and Delay with Real-time Response

Some topics we are tracking: Guidance Software offers a service called EnCase Cybersecurity. Maximizing Network and Mobile User Performance.  Discussions On Revising the Current Cybersecurity Bill. and more Reduce Risk, Cost, and Delay with Real-time Response and Security Event Validation Guidance Software offers a service called EnCase Cybersecurity.  “EnCase Cybersecurity is the endpoint incident response […]

Ozone Widget Framework to be on GitHub, GAO sees $2.3B in undeserved justification and more

Here are the top cyber news and stories of the day. Ozone Widget Framework to be on GitHub now by year’s end - The Ozone Widget Framework is an open source project that allows developers to create lightweight applications that draw from pooled data. This has been bogged down in clearance issues, but has gone through […]

Increasing Battlefield Bandwidth, Laws and Norms for Cyber Attacks, and More

Here is today’s federal cybersecurity and information technology news: Harold Koh, the State Department’s chief legal adviser, declared that the United States believes that cyber attacks are subject to humanitarian and war laws. More here. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants to put  electromagnetic and acoustic sensors in icebergs to monitor the arctic. More here. […]

First Responder R&D, Moving Target Cybersecurity, and More

Here is today’s federal cybersecurity and information technology news: The Department of Homeland Security‘s Science and Technology Directorate is struggling with matching first responder needs and budget cuts. More here. Senator John McCain once again pushes for a greater role for the Department of Defense in cybersecurity and asks for Gen. Kieth Alexander of Cyber Command […]

SOCOM Networks, Satellite Tracking, and More

Today’s federal cybersecurity and information technology news round-up: The proposed Social Networking Online Protection Act (SNOPA) would make it illegal for employers to demand access rto social media accounts. More here. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has requested proposals for automated tracking and identification solutions for satellites  More here. The full report on the Federal Communications Commission’s investigation […]