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Joshua Marcuse, Executive Director of Defense Innovation Board, Inducted Into 2020 Wash100 for Modernizing Data, Software & Maintaining Ethics for AI Implementation

Executive Mosaic is honored to introduce Joshua Marcuse, executive director of the Defense Innovation Board, as an inductee into the 2020 edition of the Wash100 Award for his efforts to modernize software for the department and maintain the ethical guidelines to implement artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies. This honor marks Marcuse’s first Wash100 win.

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Juan Zarate Named to Northwestern Mutual’s Board of Trustees; John Schlifske Quoted

Juan Zarate, chairman and cofounder of strategic advisory company Financial Integrity Network, officially joined Northwestern Mutual on Sept. 24 as a member of the financial security firm’s board of trustees. “Juan brings a critical perspective about the environment in which financial companies operate and thrive,” John Schlifske, Northwestern Mutual chairman, …

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Intel-CSIS Study: Incentive Misalignment Can Affect Enterprise Cyber Defense Programs

A joint report from Intel‘s security business and the Center for Strategic and International Studies has identified three areas of misaligned incentives that affect an organization’s ability to deter cyber criminals. Intel said Tuesday it commissioned research firm Vanson Bourne to survey more than 800 security executives and professionals across five industries such as the financial, government …

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USNI News: Navy Seeks Balance of Surveillance, Refueling Functions for Future MQ-25A Carrier UAV

U.S. Navy Vice Adm. Mike Shoemaker has said the military branch and companies vying for the MQ-25A Stingray carrier unmanned aerial vehicle program are faced with the challenge of combining tanker and ISR features into one UAV platform, USNI News reported Thursday. Sam LaGrone writes Shoemaker, commander of Naval Air Forces, said during a Center for Strategic and International …

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Study: 71% of IT Execs Link Workforce Shortage to Companies’ Cyber Vulnerabilities

A report by Intel Security and the Center for Strategic and International Studies has found that 71 percent of information technology professionals believe the shortage of cybersecurity professionals make business organizations more vulnerable to cyber attacks. Intel Security said Wednesday it commissioned technology market research firm Vanson Bourne in May to …

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Michael Horowitz: Limits on Export Policy Could Cost US Drone Sales, Market Control

Michael Horowitz, associate professor at the University of Pennsylvania, has recommended the government re-examine its export policy on unmanned aircraft systems and warnedthat limitations could lose the country’s lead in the technology to partner nations, Defense News reported Thursday. “Building partner capacity to substitute or supplement for American capabilities is an important …

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Juan Zarate on his Latest Book ‘Treasury’s War’, Private-Public Financial Collaboration in National Security Efforts, and the Power of the ‘Carrot’ of Financial Inclusion

On the heels of the late 2013 release of his second book, Treasury’s War: The Unleashing of a New Era of Financial Warfare, Juan Zarate caught up with ExecutiveBiz to discuss his and the Treasury Department’s work in the years after 9/11 to promote U.S. national security interests through sophisticated …

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