Steve Grewal, the Education Department's chief information security officer, joined Federal News Radio on March 6, 2014, for an online chat.
Grewal answered questions about his agency's new security operations center (SOC), the cyber workforce, and challenges with security at the agency. View an archived version of the chat.
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Department of Energy
Department of Energy Chief Information Officer Tom Pyke describes himself as a man who is rarely lost for words even after more than three decades in government. At the Department of Energy, he oversees an annual IT budget of more than two-BILLION-dollars. He says the key to making the most of that money is to ensure that the right IT is in the right place at the right time. A large part of that effort involves going green, pursuing solar panels and even fuel cells to power the department's IT initiatives. Pyke says green is also a big reason why DOE wants to deploy "thin client" technology at its headquarters within the next six months, something he believes will also make DOE more secure.