Former DHS exec Schneck takes financial consulting role
Schneck, the most senior official with a cybersecurity-specific job at the Obama-era DHS, told friends that she started last week.
DHS: We won cyber turf wars under Obama
Einstein became a symbol in some ways of DHS’s struggle to assert its authority over the security of federal networks — a fight DHS has won, Schneck said.
DHS ready to respond in event of Election Day cyberattack
The Department of Homeland Security and its federal partners stand ready to defend against a major cyberattack by employing the Obama administration’s new cyber incident response plan, senior DHS official Phyllis Schneck told CyberScoop.
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the Department of Homeland Security’s $6 billion Einstein governmentwide cybersecurity system is old, doesn't mean it’s out of date, senior DHS cyber officials told FedScoop at the RSA Conference this week.
D.C.’s Top 50 Women in Tech 2015
FedScoop has once again sought to recognize 50 women whose vibrant energy, determination and imagination are making a monumental difference in the federal government IT community, and whose impact is being felt across America.