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06/14/2021
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Glavy nominated as top Marines IT officer

The Biden administration has nominated Maj. Gen. Matthew Glavy as the next deputy commandant for information of the U.S. Marine Corps. The post was created in 2017 and is the service's equivalent of a uniformed CIO. Jackson Barnett has the story.


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Delayed DHS biometrics system's risk management issues persist

A report by the Government Accountability Office finds that DHS still hasn't updated its risk assessment policy relating to privacy concerns about its new HART biometrics system. Dave Nyczepir has the details.


Air Force rolls out new software for flight planning using Cloud One

The U.S. Air Force has unveiled new software that it says will optimize flight planning and contribute to the Joint All Domain Command and Control strategy. Jackson has this one.


White House launches artificial intelligence task force

The new task force will create a strategy to give U.S. researchers and science students the necessary resources to ensure American dominance in the field of AI. Jackson has this one also.


U.S., U.K. forge emerging tech R&D partnership

The two countries say they will collaborate on emerging technologies including AI, quantum computers and batteries are high, under the revised Atlantic Charter. Dave Nyczepir reports.


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New-era authentication key widens trusted access to federal resources

The recent wave of highly public cyberattacks has cast a spotlight on last month’s White House executive order on cybersecurity and zero-trust architecture strategies. While the government’s long-established CAC and PIV credentials remain foundational to controlling access, a new report discusses how YubiKeys provides augmented authentication capabilities as strong as the CAC or the PIV which can be used across multiple devices without a smart card reader. Read more in the report.


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