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08.26.16

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Federal Records Managers Should Be More Engaged in Cybersecurity Work, Says NARA Official

Chief information officers are not always engaging records managers in the cybersecurity efforts that are underway at federal agencies and departments, said a top National Archives and Records Administration Official....

Army Looks In-house For Cyberwarriors

The Army has turned to its own ranks in hopes of satisfying its growing need for talented cybersecurity professionals....

Pentagon Unveils New Rules Requiring Contractors to Disclose Data Breaches

New sweeping defense contractor rules on hack notifications take effect today, adding to a flurry of Pentagon IT security policies issued in recent years....

The 22 Amendments That Could Determine the Fate of the Senate's Cybersecurity Bill

These amendments will get a vote if and when CISA comes up after recess....

The Army Will Foot Much of the Defense Department’s Bill for the OPM Hack

Federal agencies have begun submitting proposals for how they will cover the costs of responding to the hack of background investigation data maintained by the Office of Personnel Management, and for some it is coming with a hefty price tag....