Renee P. Wynn, Chief Information Officer

Renee Wynn is the NASA Chief Information Officer. Wynn joined NASA in July 2015 as the Deputy Chief Information Officer. She came to NASA from the Environmental Protection Agency where she had served as the Acting Assistant Administrator for the Office of Environmental Information since July 2013. Wynn leads the agency’s information technology efforts and capabilities. :::Read more:::

Cybersecurity Concerto

Cybersecurity ConcertoThe best way to get people to care about something is by eliciting an emotional reaction. When you do, they care. In one of our latest creations at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), we are using the Internet of Things (IoT) to build a more emotional situational awareness about cybersecurity. :::Read More:::

Protecting Data from the Inside Out

data forming a planet with rings in cyberspaceGiven the recent data breaches across Federal agencies, it can be argued that the current methods to mitigate data loss via “leaky” networks and “lost” devices are deficient. Using the recent examples of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) breach or several lost-laptop incidents in recent years as a guide, these losses have proven to be expensive or have resulted in irreparable damages. ::: Read More :::

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IT Talk Thumbs April 2016

This monthly publication highlights the best IT innovations, initiatives and programs the OCIO offices across NASA have to offer.

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