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Federal Drive Interviews -- Jan. 16, 2013
Wednesday - 1/16/2013, 10:41am EST
More than half of federal employees using smartphones today are bringing their own device. Still, some agencies have left themselves open to security breaches because they haven't implemented a BYOD policy. The 2013 Digital Dilemma Report, released today by the Telework Exchange, surveyed more than 300 mobile feds to understand their habits and how they stack up with Digital Government Strategy and BYOD polices.
Securities and Exchange Commission
The Securities and Exchange Commission's top enforcer is stepping down. Robert Khuzami joined the SEC four years ago. He quickly applied the skills he had honed as a top prosecutor to banks that contributed to the financial crisis. He has launched a record number of enforcement actions, nearly 1,500 in the past two years alone.
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- Suicides in military rise, even as combat lessens (Federal News Radio)
- WikiLeaks pretrial hearing focuses on trial delays (Federal News Radio)
- Some say Chuck Hagel would be a defense secretary who gets cyber (Foreign Policy)
- Cybersecurity Education Enhancement Act of 2013 (Congress)