UK government taking lead on cyber insurance
March 31, 2015
The U.K. government is working with insurance companies to leverage its version of the U.S. cybersecurity framework to reduce risk across industry.
U.S. Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel gave a one month progress update on the Digital Government Strategy released by the White House in May, saying "We’ve hit the ground running and are already hard at work driving the strategy forward."
The Digital Services Innovation Center, located within the General Services Administration, has started operations "with a small core team" who will focus on researching and implementing customer satisfaction measurement tools.
A Digital Services Advisory Group was established and will help create guidance and best practices on federal employee usage of personal mobile devices for work. The advisory group is comprised of agency leaders, representatives from the Federal CIO Council and the Federal Web Managers Council.
VanRoekel said 700 people applied to the Presidential Innovation Fellows program, and more than 4,000 people expressed interest in following its progress or helping to contribute.
Future updates to the strategy can be found at whitehouse.gov/digitalgov.