- DARPA Official Warns Against Generative AI Impact A top Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) official said this week that generative AI – like ChatGPT – will alter the threat landscape by making it easier for adversaries to produce high-quality phishing capabilities and ransomware campaigns.
- FTC Looking at Cloud Market for Security, Competition Risks
- DISA Seeks Platform to Manage Diverse Cloud Networks
- Rep. Takano Introduces Two Bills to Address VA’s IT Modernization Failures
- State Dept. Appoints Laura Williams Deputy CIO for Foreign Operations
- Resource Scarcity Biggest Challenge in IT Mod, USDS Official Says
- Cross-Agency Communications Playing Big Role in Zero Trust
- U.S. Digital Response Names GSA Vet Hillary Hartley CEO U.S. Digital Response, a San Francisco-based nonprofit that helps government organizations respond quickly to critical public needs by pairing them with pro-bono technologists, has named Hillary Hartley chief executive officer.
- CISA Advisory Committee Adds Inglis, Katko, Langevin
- U.S. Access Board Elects Fehribach, GSA’s Kale to top Posts
- Jeff Robinson Tapped To Be New Assistant Director at HHS
- FirstNet Names DISA Cyber Vet Joseph Wassel Executive Director
- NSA Faces Volume, Skills Challenges Ahead of New Ambitious Hiring Program As the NSA is gearing up to hire about 3,000 new employees some of the officials in the agency warned that there will be volume and skills challenges ahead of this endeavor.
- HaCC is Prioritizing People, Optionality, Ease of Adoption
- CISA, NSA Issue Guidance on Identity and Access Management
- CBP Awards Accenture $380M IT Infrastructure Contract
- CISA Accepts 29 Recommendations From Advisory Panel
Join MeriTalk for Cyber Central in Washington, D.C. on May 17 for an examination of the strategy, challenges, and opportunities it brings to public and private sector organizations. Government and industry IT leaders will explore cyber policy, zero trust, supply chain security, cloud security, information sharing, and more.
- Commerce Pushes Security ‘Guardrails’ for CHIPS Investments The U.S. Department of Commerce (DoC) is proposing to create national security “guardrails” for the CHIPS Incentives Program to ensure that technology and innovation funded by the CHIPS and Science Act are not used for malign purposes by adversaries of the U.S. and its allies.
- Sens. Rosen, Blackburn Debut Cyber ‘Reserve’ Workforce Bills
- State Dept. Sets Plans for $100M of Supply Chain, ICT Security Funding
- Study: Pentagon Badly Lags Industry in Civilian Recruiting
- OPM: Fed Cyber Job Rotations Kick off in November