Federal Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel joined Federal News Radio for a free online chat to discuss the White House's priorities to improve federal technology. VanRoekel answered participants' questions on a host of issues including knowledge sharing, working with the private sector, cloud computing and more. Read an archived version of the chat.
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Online Chat: Steve Grewal, CISO, Education Department
Thursday - 3/6/2014, 2:31am EST
Grewal also appeared on Federal News Radio's Ask the CIO radio program.
During the chat, Grewal discussed the Education Department's cybersecurity priorities, including his recent project to implement a fully-integrated enterprise cybersecurity operational capability. Readers also asked questions about cloud computing, challenges with security at Education and the cyber workforce.
Grewal has been CISO at the Education Department for more than two years. He oversees Education's IT security program as well as the privacy, integrity and availability of the department's information and technology systems and data.
View the archived version of this chat below.
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