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Analyst accused of leaking classified information

Bradley Manning was detained during a tour of duty in Iraq.

Tags: cybersecurity , Cybersecurity Update , DorobekInsider

Tuesday - 06/08/2010, 05:08pm EDT

Smartphones Could Replace Hospital PAs

Tags: health IT , smartphones

Tuesday - 06/08/2010, 04:01pm EDT

IT Service Management and enterprise architecture

This week, host John Gilroy talks about IT Service Management and Information Technology Infrastructure Library with DISA's Drew Jaehnig and CSC's Wendy Irion-Talbot.
June 8, 2010

Tags: Federal Tech Talk , DISA , Drew Jaehnig , Wendy Irion-Talbot , CSC , IT Service Management , Information Technology Infrastructure Library

Tuesday - 06/08/2010, 12:33pm EDT
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Pradeep Sindhu: Combine innovation and automation

Agencies are under pressure to cut costs while delivering more customer service. Juniper Networks' Pradeep Sindhu says it really can be done.

Tags: Federal Drive , Juniper Networks , Pradeep Sindhu , innovation , enterprise IT networks , contracting

Tuesday - 06/08/2010, 10:40am EDT
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What Will CYBERCOM'S Mission Be?

The U.S. Cyber Command - or CYBERCOM - officially became operational in late May. But observers inside the military and out still aren't sure what the command is supposed to do: protect the Pentagon's networks, strike out at enemies, seal up civilian vulnerabilities, or some combination of all three. CYBERCOM officials insist they have no interest in taking over the security of the Internet, but Pentagon officials have floated the idea the Defense Department might start a protective program for civilian networks.

Tags: Cybersecurity Report , cybersecurity , U.S.Cyber Command , CYBERCOM , Pentagon , DoD , Scott Carr

Monday - 06/07/2010, 09:00pm EDT

CERT Releases New Fuzz Tester

Carnegie Mellon University's Computer Emergency Response Team (or CERT) has released a new fuzzing framework that will help identify and eliminate security vulnerabilities from different kinds of software. The fuzz testers are used by security researchers to find vulnerabilities by sending random input to an application. Fuzz testing has been popular among hackers, but with the release of this framework, CERT can push businesses to subject all software to fuzz testing.

Tags: Cybersecurity Reports , cybersecurity , CERT , Scott Carr

Monday - 06/07/2010, 08:58pm EDT

Secure Flight Program Checking Air

Department of Homeland Security officials say 100 percent of passengers traveling in the U.S. and its territories are now being checked against terrorist watchlists through the Transportation Security Administration's Secure Flight program - a major step in fulfilling a key 9/11 Commission recommendation. Secure Flight enables TSA to screen passengers directly against government watchlists using passenger's names, their date of birth, and gender before a boarding pass is issued. In addition to facilitating secure travel for all passengers, the program helps prevent the misidentification of passengers who have names similar to individuals on government watchlists. Officials say 99 percent of passengers will be cleared by Secure Flight to print boarding passes at home by providing their date of birth, gender and name as it appears on the government ID they plan to use when traveling.

Tags: Meeting Mission Goals Through Technology , DHS , TSA , Scott Carr

Monday - 06/07/2010, 08:50pm EDT

STAR METRICS Promises to Measure Federal Science Investments

A new initiative promises to monitor the impact of federal science investments on employment, the generation of knowledge, and health outcomes, to a degree not previously possible. The Science and Technology for America's Reinvestment: Measuring the Effect of Research on Innovation, Competitiveness and Science, or STAR METRICS, is a multi-agency venture that will be lead by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Together, NSF and NIH have committed $1 million for the program's first year. The first phase of the two-phase program will use university administrative records to calculate the employment impact of federal science spending through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and agencies' existing budgets.

Tags: Meeting Mission Goals Through Technology , science , NSF , NIH , Recovery and Reinvestment Act , Scott Carr

Monday - 06/07/2010, 08:50pm EDT

DHHS Moves to Electronic Health Records

The Department of Health and Human Services is expected to soon provide an updated set of guidelines to the health care community, and to federal agencies, regarding the effort to put in place a uniform system of electronic medical health records nationwide. The Department of Veterans Affairs - which oversees one of the largest health care systems in the world - has been working to take the Department's VISTA health records management system into a new realm of upgraded open source software and hardware systems -- while meeting the mandate to become part of a nationwide electronic health records network. Similarly, Navy officials say they've been helping the Defense Department sync up with Veterans Affairs, and eventually with the electronic records in the civilian world, with the promise of better patient care through shared medical data.

Tags: Meeting Mission Goals Through Technology , DHHS , DoV , DoD , Navy , Scott Carr

Monday - 06/07/2010, 08:49pm EDT

Satellite Launch Begins New Era of Explosion Monitoring

The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has announced the deployment of a satellite that heralds the beginning of a new era of space-based nuclear explosion monitoring. On May 27th, the U.S. Air Force successfully launched the first I-I-F series of satellites, carrying improved nuclear detonation detection instruments built by Sandia National Labs and Los Alamos National Laboratory for the N-N-S-A. Principal Assistant Deputy Administrator Ken Baker says the deployment of the new instruments will significantly improve the agency's ability to detect atmospheric, or space-based, nuclear explosions and verify compliance with nuclear test ban treaties. The sensors are being integrated on to Air Force GPS satellites, thus the entire planet is monitored continuously for tell-tale signs of treaty violation.

Tags: Meeting Mission Goals Through Technology , NNSA , Air Force , Ken Baker , Scott Carr

Monday - 06/07/2010, 08:49pm EDT
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