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CISA looks inside

Federal agencies have tools in place to do perimeter security. But after the recent SolarWinds hack, they need to supplement that with capabilities that monitor the insides of networks ahead of future supply chain attacks, Brandon Wales, acting director of CISA, told senators during a Homeland Security Committee hearing Thursday. Wales said CISA will use some of the $650 million in funding it received in the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act to keep the parts of EINSTEIN that work and transition the rest to different programs, as it prioritizes detecting anomalous activity on unencrypted workstations and servers to respond to supply chain attacks faster. Dave Nyczepir has more.

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Another HHS CDO

The Department of Health and Human Services now has its third acting chief data officer in the last eight months. Kevin Duvall filled the role in February, taking over for Perryn Ashmore, CIO of HHS, who had been dual-hatted since September. Having previously served as deputy CDO of HHS since July, Duvall was instrumental in the release of several key datasets in December showing granular hospital COVID-19 admissions and use, as well as community outcomes. Dave's got this too.

Air Force bring allies into ABMS mix

The latest test of the Air Force's Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) was a key one. The on-ramp test, hosted in Europe in late February, added new artificial intelligence, cloud and other technical capabilities, while also linking in allies for the first time. ABMS is the tech backbone to the military’s larger sensor-driven network-of-networks concept Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2). Jackson Barnett reports.


IT Insights: Interview with AWS financial services expert Olivia Peterson

The cloud will play a crucial role in helping U.S. agencies oversee the nation’s financial markets and institutions to ensure they function effectively and efficiently. Whether it’s to protect consumers, support fair play among businesses or ensure lenders have the credit resources they need — it’s essential for federal agencies to have the data analytics tools to keep up. Hear more from AWS’ Olivia Peterson.

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