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Want to grab cyber talent? Look to better pay

No legislation required: The Office of Personnel Management can create a special pay system for cybersecurity professionals right now, according to the authors of a new report on the federal cybersecurity workforce. More competitive pay could get in-demand experts to stay, they say.

Tags: Cybersecurity , workforce , Booz Allen , Partnership for Public Service , Ron Sanders , Mallory Barg Bulman , John Yelnosky , DHS , Renee Forney , Emily Kopp , pay , hiring , attrition

Tuesday - 04/14/2015, 04:11pm EDT

DoD breaks mobile security roadblock

The Defense Department is in the final stages of a test to show how derived credentials from the Common Access Card can secure smartphones and tablet computers. Richard Hale, the deputy CIO for cybersecurity, boldly predicts that by the end of the calendar year the military will be issuing derived credentials on mobile devices.

Tags: Technology , Mobile computing , Cybersecurity , DoD , Richard Hale , Navy , Sally Holcomb , John Zangardi , Roger Clark , Commerce Department , Apple , Android , Microsoft , BlackBerry , Common Access Card , HSPD-12 , Derived credential , PKI , AFCEA , Jason Miller

Friday - 04/03/2015, 04:35am EDT
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Driver killed at NSA remembered as friendly, troubled loner

The driver killed in a violent confrontation at a National Security Agency gate was a transgender sex worker in Baltimore, according to those who knew her, and she was remembered Wednesday as a friendly but troubled loner.

Tags: Ricky Shawatza Hall

Wednesday - 04/01/2015, 08:16pm EDT

US official: Reports say 1 dead at Fort Meade gate crashing

One person was killed in a firefight that erupted Monday after a car with two people tried to ram a gate at the Fort Meade, Md., military base near a gate to the National Security Agency

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Monday - 03/30/2015, 11:46am EDT

House unveils cyber bill and signals bipartisan compromise

House intelligence committee leaders unveiled a bipartisan cybersecurity bill Tuesday amid signs of broad agreement on long-sought legislation that would allow private companies to share with the government details of how they are hacked.

Tags: Cybersecurity , House , Adam Schiff , Devin Nunes , DHS , Technology

Tuesday - 03/24/2015, 02:40pm EDT

Linda Burger, Technology Transfer Program, Joseph Witt, NSA

Niagarafiles is a new information sharing program from the National Security Agency. But it's not classified, and it's not even the NSA's anymore. The agency has made it open-source so anyone can use it, or change it. It's part of the NSA's Technology Transfer Program. Linda Burger is director of the Technology Transfer Program at the National Security Agency, and Joseph Witt is development lead at NSA. On In Depth with Francis Rose, Linda said NSA isn't new to the open-source concept.

Tags: Linda Burger , Joseph Witt , Niagarafiles , In Depth

Monday - 03/09/2015, 04:11pm EDT
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Sharon Bradford Franklin, Executive Director, Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board

Its original intention was ostensibly to help protect the U.S. from terrorist threats. But Edward Snowden's reveal of the extent of the National Security Agency's bulk telephone records program planted seeds of doubt in many minds. Records indicate the NSA was even monitoring domestic calls. Sharon Bradford Franklin is the executive director of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board. She joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with more on the bulk data collection program, and whether it should even continue.

Tags: Sharon Bradford Franklin , Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board , Federal Drive , Tom Temin , Oversight , Edward Snowden

Friday - 02/06/2015, 09:09am EST
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Sharon Bradford Franklin, Executive Director, Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board

The National Security Agency's collection of Internet data may be massive, but it's constitutional. An independent agency, the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, has released a thorough report on how federal agencies track foreigners' communications under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. The law has come under fire since Edward Snowden leaked documents on NSA programs a year ago. Sharon Bradford Franklin, executive director of the PCLOB, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive to talk about the board's investigation.

Tags: Sharon Franklin Bradford , Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board , Federal Drive , Tom Temin

Thursday - 07/03/2014, 10:06am EDT
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