Sen. Mark Warner
Sen. Warner criticizes HHS and CISA for lack of coordination on cybersecurity, pushes for new cyber exec
In a policy options paper published Thursday, Warner called on both agencies to provide more timely health care sector-specific cybersecurity guidance.
Senators urge funding TMF with ‘at least $300M’ in fiscal 2023
Sens. Mark Warner, D-Va., Steve Daines, R-Mont., and Tom Tillis, R-N.C., want appropriators to give the Technology Modernization Fund at least $300 million in fiscal 2023.
Democratic senators question Pentagon’s review of JEDI
The JEDI saga continues with a new letter from Senate Democrats asking Secretary Mark Esper about his decision to review the contract.
Senate bill would offer government-matched funds to reskill for AI, automation
A new Senate bill is calling for the creation of employer-funded savings accounts to help reskill their workforces.
Intelligence community will set security clearance data standards in 2019 to whittle backlog
The intelligence community needs a new game plan to quell a backlog of unprocessed security clearances, and officials think new data standards could help.
New bill would heighten security standards for IoT devices sold to government
The “Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017,” co-sponsored by Sens. Mark Warner, D-Va., and Cory Gardner, R-Colo, mandates that any IoT product sold to the government must be able to receive software patches in case of a discovered vulnerability.