Today, government and business alike face threats unlike ever before. Advanced technologies and cybersecurity are critical to business success, personal safety, and national security. Welcome to the Telos Media Center, where you'll gain insight into current trends in these most critical issues of our day. We encourage you to share this content and to join the conversation through these multimedia formats:
Empower and Protect - Telos subject matter experts offer their insights into current trends and developments in cybersecurity and information technology.
A View from the Wood - Telos CEO John Wood shares his ideas and passion for technology education, building a sustainable workforce, and the values that guide us.
CyberView Podcast - Hear experts from government and industry discuss critical issues facing cybersecurity experts today.
Last August, NIST released FIPS 201-2, the latest version of their standard for secure PIV (Personal Identity Verification) credentials. The new standard introduces some concepts that are redolent of collaborative credentialing and symbiotic security, so I thought it would be useful to take a look at some of those new concepts.
CyberView welcomes art educator Akua Femi Kouyate to share insights into how art, music, and dance enhance STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning. A growing concern among cybersecurity professionals, particularly those responsible for securing military communications and critical infrastructure, STEM education is a national priority as we develop the workforce of the future. Akua brings over 35 years experience as a professional artist, arts administrator, researcher, and educator to her role as senior director of education for Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning through the Arts.
Cyberview welcomes Alan Folger, Program Coordinator of TU’s Veteran’s Service Project. Alan describes how the program works and shares a moving account of how it serves veterans who carry the physical and emotional scars of war. He talks about how the program came into being, describes some of its successes, and explains how volunteers can contribute to the effort.
Cyberview discusses airport security beyond the often-discussed issues of passenger screening. Justin Oberman was a founding member of TSA and later served as Assistant TSA Administrator. He was responsible for more than a dozen programs that identify potential threats to the nation’s transportation systems. Justin co-chaired a working group on DHS reform for then Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, and now advises companies, including Telos ID, in the transportation and security sectors.