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FISMA reform bill would require agencies to notify Congress of cyber breaches within 5 days

A new bill to reform the Federal Information Security Modernization Act (FISMA) would require leaders of U.S. government agencies to notify Congress of cyber breaches within five days of an incident occurring. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


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Supreme Court denies Oracle appeal over JEDI protest

The Supreme Court on Monday denied a petition from Oracle to keep its protest of the Pentagon’s now-canceled Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud contract alive. John Hewitt Jones has the details.


Peraton wins $2.7B DHS cloud modernization contract

Peraton has been named the winner of the Department of Homeland Security‘s latest data center and cloud optimization contract award worth $2.7 billion. Billy Mitchell has the story.


Army's new project Convergence capabilities lack cyber plans, IG says

A section of the Army’s contribution to the Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2) military framework lacks plans for how the tech would handle adversarial cyber attacks, an Inspector General report has found. Jackson Barnett has the story.


DHS releases roadmap to post-quantum cryptography

The Department of Homeland Security wants agencies to protect their data and systems from advancements in quantum computing, likely to break some widely used encryption methods, using a roadmap released Monday. Dave Nyczepir has the details.


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WATCH: Acting director for the Defense Digital Service on building a data driven government

DOD’s Katie Olson discusses how DDS is improving the quality of its data to ensure it is secure, usable, trustworthy and accessible. She details how they are looking for common ways to share data outside the DOD, for example a recent initiative with the Defense Health Agency to digitize the world’s largest collection of human tissue samples to improve research on cancer and rare diseases. Watch Olson’s full interview here.


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How finance regulatory agencies can help the sector mitigate security risks

Proofpoint’s resident CISO John Checco discusses critical questions around security, workforce and compliance most pressing for the financial services (FinServ) sector today and government regulators today. CTA: Read more from Checco.


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