To fight the cybersecurity enemy, you’ve got to understand it. Each year, Symantec pulls together data from 69 million cyber threat sensors scattered throughout the world. The resulting picture shows how the cyber threat is morphing. Joining us with highlights of the latest worldwide Internet security threat report is Paul Wood, a cyber security intelligence analyst in Symantec’s Security Technology and Response Group.
Mark Papermaster chief technology officer Advanced Micro Devices
Big technology challenges often require big computing power. The Energy Department is working to solve grand scale problems such as nuclear simulation by pushing supercomputing capacity. Right now, the fastest super computers can run at 1 trillion calculations per second.
Chris Mihm managing director for strategic issues Government Accountability Office
Agencies need at least two things to improve performance on key missions. One is commitment from the top. Two is clear lines of accountability. A 2010 update to the Government Performance and Results Act tried to establish that. But is it working? The Government Accountability Office tried to find out.
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The Defense Department wants to raise the fees military retirees pay for their health care. And, in a repeat of the battle that’s played out over the last two federal budget cycles, groups that represent current and former service members are fighting to stop it. Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu has the details
Several agencies are about to or have submitted a request to the Office of Management and Budget to reprogram funds to soften the across-the-board cuts under sequestration. Labor, Defense and Homeland Security are among the departments going down this path. Federal News Radio’s Jason Miller shares details on the reprogramming requests.
Tom Temin is the host of The Federal Drive, which airs from 6-10 a.m. on 1500 AM in the Washington, D.C. region and online everywhere. Tom has 30 years experience in journalism, mostly in technology markets. Before coming to Federal News Radio, he was a long-serving editor-in-chief of Government Computer News and Washington Technology magazines.