In cybersecurity, it’s physics to the rescue
July 01, 2016
Commentary: As computing technology evolves, how will cybersecurity need to change to keep up?
Donna Dodson, Division Chief of the Computer Security Division and the Deputy Cyber Security Advisor at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), is this week's FedMentor of the Week!
As part of the NIST management team, Donna helps direct the development of standards, technology and research for the protection of information systems against threats to the confidentiality of information, integrity of information and processes, and availability of information and services in order to build trust and confidence in Information Technology systems. She is also an active contributor in the areas of authentication and cryptography. Donna has also managed programs including the Advanced Encryption Standard, key management, PKI, authentication and security testing.
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