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10/04/2022
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A new transatlantic data partnership to fight serious crime

A new data pact between the U.S. and the U.K. intended to help fight serious crime has come into effect. The first such agreement of its kind, it will allow law enforcement agencies in one country to request data directly from service providers in the other, without violating restrictions on cross-border disclosures. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


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Office of the Federal CIO names Mitch Herckis as director of federal cybersecurity

He was previously carrying out the role in an acting capacity, and before that worked on state and local government affairs and public policy at Google. John Hewitt Jones has this also.


CISA directive orders federal civilian agencies to regularly report software vulnerabilities

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency announced a Binding Operational Directive on Monday ordering federal civilian agencies to enhance efforts to detect vulnerabilities in their networks, a move that CISA Director Jen Easterly hopes the private sector will emulate. Suzanne Smalley has the story for CyberScoop.


House Republicans want DOJ briefing on conservative group hacks

House Republicans last Wednesday asked U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to brief a congressional committee by Oct. 5 on what they say are “politically-motivated cyberattacks intended to silence supporters of conservative causes.” AJ Vicens has the details for CyberScoop.


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AI and machine learning strategies to improve warfighter needs

In a recent panel discussion, DISA director Roger S. Greenwell and Google Cloud executive Josh Marcuse talk about leaning on partnerships to realize the agency’s data strategies. They discuss leveraging cloud, artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to expand capabilities for the DOD as well as taking a missions-outcomes approach to implementing these capabilities, with the ultimate goal of improving the warfighter’s needs. Read more insights from the discussion.


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