White House nominates Karen Evans to head new Energy cyber office
Evans would serve as assistant secretary of Energy for cybersecurity, energy security and emergency response, heading the office of the same name created by Secretary Rick Perry earlier this year to protect America's energy infrastructure from cyberattacks.
Karen Evans talks transformation and modernization
Evans explains the difference between digitization and digital transformation.
Bush’s federal IT chief hopes for role in Trump administration
“I would be honored if the Trump administration asked me to come in and work on our nation’s problems,” Karen Evans said in an interview on the sidelines of the RSA security conference Tuesday.
NSA garners new partners in hunt for cyber pros
The U.S. Cyber Challenge, an effort to amp up the country's training for cybersecurity professionals, is joining forces with an NSA-sponsored program to help students as young as middle-schoolers map out a career in the field and prove their expertise through competitions.
Cybersecurity education report aims to address student ‘confusion’
The report, produced by the National Academy of Public Administration, the Center for Internet Security and Deloitte, offers several recommendations to streamline federal initiatives in cybersecurity education.