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09/24/2021
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NDAA roundup: Senate bill places deep focus on cyber, IT and AI

The Senate Armed Services Committee on Wednesday filed its final version of the annual defense policy bill, which would authorize $768 billion in spending on defense that prioritizes the modernization of the military’s IT and cybersecurity capabilities, including the approval of an additional $286 million in cyber spending across the Department of Defense. Billy Mitchell has the details.


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EPA to resubmit disconnection orders for unnecessary services post-EIS

The Environmental Protection Agency intends to resubmit disconnection orders for 268 services rendered unnecessary by the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract but not handled in a timely manner. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


Federal CDOs seek further guidance from OMB on Federal Data Strategy reporting requirements

Chief data officers across federal agencies are seeking additional clarity from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) on data reporting requirements within the Federal Data Strategy, according to a new survey. John Hewitt Jones has this one.


Study calls for closer integration of cybersecurity and ERM functions at federal agencies

Closer integration between cybersecurity teams and enterprise risk management staff could help federal agencies avert catastrophic cyber breaches more effectively, according to a new study. John Hewitt Jones has this one as well.


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Cloud IT blind spots pose a growing security threat to agency networks

Cloud security leader Mike Stacy says as agencies integrate more cloud services into their employee workloads, security strategies need to account for greater gaps in visibility. He says agency leaders may fall into a false sense of security when they start to operate in the cloud if they view it as a pristine environment. But the reality is that these environments already have malicious actors operating in them and organization need to adapt a “threat first” security approach in the cloud. Read more from Stacy.


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