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Careless Census workers may lose Web privileges

Tim Ruland, Chief Information Technology Security Officer at the Census Bureau, says his office reimages 25-30 PCs each month because of irresponsible Web browsing. Ruland says some managers may choose to revoke employee Internet privileges to help fix the problem. Census is also developing a safe Web surfing handbook for all employees.

Tags: Tim Ruland , Census Bureau , cybersecurity , management , Rachel Stevens

Thursday - 07/22/2010, 03:07pm EDT

Where is the oil spill headed?

Slate's interactive models of the Deepwater Horizon spill.

Tags: newscast , Must Reads , DorobekInsider

Thursday - 07/22/2010, 03:01pm EDT

NASA faces challenges tracking oil spill

Learn more about the variables affecting picture-taking

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Thursday - 07/22/2010, 02:56pm EDT

NASA: Supercomputer may help forecasting ability

Learn about a NASA researcher's efforts to boost forecasting technology

Tags: DorobeckInsider , Must Reads , newscast

Thursday - 07/22/2010, 02:48pm EDT

GSA's DelNegro using business skills to make technology better

Elizabeth DelNegro started her career in customer service and marketing, but is now CIO of GSA's FAS.
Encore Presentation

Tags: Ask the CIO , GSA , FAS , Elizabeth DelNegro

Thursday - 07/22/2010, 11:00am EDT

FEMA shows smartphone savvy

In addition to being able to access critical information about emergency preparedness and what to do before and after a disaster on their smartphones, disaster survivors will also be able to apply for federal assistance directly through their web enabled mobile phone devices. Richard Serino, Deputy Administrator of FEMA, explains how his agency pulled this off.

Tags: Federal Drive , smartphones , FEMA , DHS , Richard Serino

Thursday - 07/22/2010, 09:31am EDT

Virtual tools near actual federal use

Let's face it, meetings are a necessary evil for the federal workforce. But what if you could use a collaboration tool that lets you participate digitally? The next generation of virtual collaboration tools are almost the next best thing to being there.

Tags: virtual worlds , Federal Consortium for Virtual Worlds , National Defense University , iCollege , NOAA , Erick Hackathorn , Second Life , Barack Obama , Max Cacas

Thursday - 07/22/2010, 07:04am EDT

DHS works to ensure software security

Learn more in today's cybersecurity update

Tags: cybersecurity , Cybersecurity Update , DorobekInsider , Navy , DHS , Rich Marshall

Wednesday - 07/21/2010, 05:19pm EDT

Online Cybersecurity Program Proves Popular

A new online cybersecurity degree program - being offered by the University of Maryland this fall - saw the enrollment of over 200 students on just the first day it was offered. Graduates will be trained to defend against cyberattacks, from both technical and policy-setting standpoints. University officials anticipate thousands will enroll. Because the course work is completely online, most of the students enrolled are expected to be working professionals looking to change careers.

Tags: Cybersecurity Report , Scott Carr

Wednesday - 07/21/2010, 04:21pm EDT

Most Vulnerable Programs Report

A new list of the most vulnerable programs from the first half of 2010 hardly leaves anyone out. The report from M-86 Security Labs shows computers using Internet Explorer or Adobe Reader might be especially at risk, and that more Java-based vulnerabilities are also being actively exploited. The report also finds that attackers are finding new ways to bypass malware detection mechanisms.

Tags: Cybersecurity Report , Scott Carr

Wednesday - 07/21/2010, 04:19pm EDT
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