The Daily Scoop Podcast: September 14, 2021
On today's episode of The Daily Scoop Podcast, Francis Rose covers a new chief of staff at CISA, markups to the NDAA and how the Defense Digital Service is transferring some capabilities to the Air Force.
Unsecured mobile endpoints are leaving the public sector vulnerable to cyberattacks
Op-Ed: Liberty Group Ventures' Kiersten Todt explains why unsecured mobile devices are dramatically adding to the federal threat landscape.
Accelerating Innovation in Government — Liberty Group’s Kiersten Todt
Todt joins FedScoop TV to discuss digital transformation and mobility.
Commerce Secretary Pritzker wary of cyber centralization
Cybersecurity is central to the mission of every federal department and agency and the government must avoid over-centralization and one-size-fits-all mandates, Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker told the President's Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity Monday.
Could Uber be deemed critical infrastructure?
The president's cybersecurity commission is weighing changes to the way the U.S. government defines which industries are vital to the life of the nation — a move with potentially enormous legal and financial impact on the business sectors involved.
Cyber commission will weigh powers of White House policy czar
When the president's Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity meets next week in Washington, at the top of the agenda will be a question leaders and students of government have often debated — how to empower policymakers so they can actually shift the ponderous levers of authority in a new administration.