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CISA has work to do

Years now since the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Act of 2018 elevated the agency and saw it create a new organization chart and consolidate incident response centers and infrastructure security points of contact, it's still not fully operational, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office. CISA must still implement its third and final phase of organizational changes. Until then, it will remain “difficult” for the agency to confront national cyber incidents like the SolarWinds hack that compromised at least nine federal agencies, reads GAO’s report. Dave Nyczepir has more.

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'Soldiers must touch the equipment'

Even the most advanced technology on the battlefield will mean very little if operators do not know how to use it or trust it. With that in mind, the Army is following a mantra of “soldiers must touch the equipment," launching exercises designed around soldier-robot interactions. Jackson Barnett has this.

TMF gets long-awaited payday

Thursday, President Joe Biden signed the American Rescue Act. Underneath the major provisions of the bill, it has set aside $1 billion for the Technology Modernization Fund. The payday comes after advocates have urged appropriators and leaders on Capitol Hill to include some sort of funding for TMF for the past year. Read more about the TMF's payday.

A guide to zero trust

Sean Connelly, a senior cybersecurity architect for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, joins FedScoop's Let's Talk About IT podcast to discuss one of the hottest topics of late: zero trust. In the new episode of Let’s Talk About IT, Connelly distills what it means for a federal agency to enact zero trust and what that journey looks like. Listen now to the new episode.

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