Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
‘Longstanding’ legacy IT deficiencies persist at DHS
Three systems in particular, the youngest of which is 17 years old, could use improved oversight coupled with cloud migration and data center consolidation, according to a new report.
Tech companies’ facial recognition bans unlikely to affect federal agencies
The missions of the Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection, and Transportation Security Administration are broader than that of police, and the market is far bigger than a few companies.
TSA makes data a top priority for detecting insider threats
Terrorists sought to use insiders to attack the transportation system in 2019, and TSA is concerned they could use transnational criminal organization tactics to recruit or place insiders in the sector.
DHS still finding a balance between enterprise architecture and CDO functions
As more agencies within the federated department appoint chief data officers, enterprise architecture shops are having to adjust to dual-hatting.
Contractors demand maximum telework authority as coronavirus furloughs loom
“We’re really in uncharted territory here," said the attorney leading Ward & Berry's government contracts practice.
TSA wants ‘cybersecurity by design’ in future screening technology
The agency provided vendors of such equipment with 17 requirements for improving security in a special notice.