Dan Risacher spoke at the Red Hat Government Symposium. "Sun Tzu said agility wins and wars and, in the case of federal technology, open source enhances agility."
The Open Cybersecurity Summit, sponsored by DHS S&T Cyber Security Division and organized by Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), is calling for papers for for its first annual summit in D.C. on October 18, 2012.
Cyber leaders told Congress that the right people in the right places with the right training are the best defense in the cyber world.
The Open Source Software Institute and the National Security Agency team up to host an Open Source Industry Day at Johns Hopkins University in Laurel, MD.
CHARLESTON, S.C., MAY 22-24, 2012 — The Military Open Source Software (Mil-OSS) community will hold its first Atlantic region conference (LANT1) May 22-24 in Charleston, S.C. at the SRC Conference Center.
NextGov reports that the Navy wants to train military planners to weave cyber operations into their conventional campaigns, contract databases indicate.
“U.S. Cyber Command is on its way toward becoming a unified combatant command . . . increas[ing] the prominence of the command.”
Several members of the Mil-OSS community were invited to speak at the annual O'Reilly Open Source Conference (OSCON) in Portland, OR
"Shared-First principles and the Common Approach to making agencies future-ready creates new opportunities for industry to provide shared IT services to agencies that are more agile."
"The “real-time” ability of the software to combine data fast and automatically notify operators of data changes greatly simplifies the challenge for command and control operatives, as well as other government personnel."