Posts Tagged 'intel'
The fallout from the OPM breach continues with news that clearance information may have been stolen and that more than 10 million federal employee records may have been breached. In response, the White House has ordered every agency to engage in a “30 day sprint” to shore up and bolster their defensive cybersecurity capabilities. During […]
With the House of Representatives’ “Cyber Week” and RSA happening at the same time, the week of April 20 was one of the busiest for the Intel Security team. On both coasts, we played a prominent role in major security events. In San Francisco, we participated extensively in the RSA Conference, which brings together the […]
For too long, the cybersecurity industry has focused over-much on doom and gloom topics such as massive hacks and breaches. While it’s true that it’s still a dangerous world out there, it’s also true that cybersecurity can play a powerful role in improving the lives of all citizens. The right cybersecurity can enable technologies that […]
The release of the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity on February 12, 2014 proved to be a pivotal event in the history of U.S. cybersecurity. Here at Intel and Intel Security, we were actively involved in the public-private partnership that helped produce the first version of the Framework. As we noted when it first […]
By Kent Landfield, Director of Standards and Technology Policy, Intel Security, and Malcolm Harkins, Chief Security and Privacy Officer at Intel When the Administration released the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (the Framework) on February 12, 2014, many of us at Intel and Intel Security were familiar with the details, as we had participated […]