FBI, DoD Officials Recognized for Cyber Security Contributions
William Jackson writes on GCN.com:
Two government officials were recognized this morning at the RSA Security conference for their contributions to cybersecurity.More here.
Robert Lentz, deputy secretary for cybersecurity at the Defense Department, received the award for excellence in the field of security practices for his work during eight years at DOD in implementing the Common Access Card program and improving acquisitions, among other work.
FBI Special Supervisory Agency J. Keith Mularski, who helped to lead a two-year investigation of the Dark Market cybercriminal forum that resulted in 56 arrests last year, received the award for excellence in the field of public policy.