OPM CISO Cord Chase: ‘Cyber is just a support role’ to IT modernization
In this latest FedScoop Q&A, Chase talks about fostering collaboration across the executive branch to safeguard information at OPM.
Raytheon’s $1B DHS EINSTEIN contract confirmed 2 years after first award
The $1.15 billion cyber support contract was unsuccessfully protested several times, halting the award to this point.
Raytheon scores $1B cyber contract with DHS
The contract was first awarded in 2015 but was quickly protested by Northrup Grumman.
FDIC joins DHS’ Einstein, hires Booz Allen to raise cyber bar
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, seeking to reassure the public and congressional overseers about its online security, says it will sign up for the Department of Homeland Security's Einstein intrusion detection service and has hired Booz Allen Hamilton to independently assess its security and privacy procedures.
Q&A: Why Phyllis Schneck needs the country to trust her
Schneck sat down with FedScoop at the RSA Conference to talk about DHS’ efforts with information sharing, how the government can better establish trust with private companies and what needs to be done to retain top security talent.
DHS: Einstein is old tech, but still works fine
Just because the technology behind the Department of Homeland Security’s $6 billion Einstein governmentwide cybersecurity system is old, doesn't mean it’s out of date, senior DHS cyber officials told FedScoop at the RSA Conference this week.