MathCraft Newsletter Issue Q4 2018 – Associate Member of NCMS
Creating a Positive, Pro-Security Culture
Are the members of your security team the “bad guys” in your organization? Creating the right company culture requires more than the popular “just-in-time” training. Security should be a habit – not a hindrance. Everyone needs to understand the importance of security in everything that you do.
- NBIB Releases New Report on Status of Security Clearance Backlog - There are now over 8,000 background investigators tackling the backlog. Read more
- Continuous Evaluation System Aims to Streamline Security Clearance Investigations - The investigation process will never stop thanks to new “continuous evaluation” software. Read more
- Background Check Change Could Put Troops’ Clearances at Risk - The DoD’s automated, continuous evaluation system may hurt the military careers of some soldiers. Read More
- NIST Pushes on Next Version of Risk Management Framework - A draft of RMF 2.0 is due out in November, and it will focus on protecting PII. Read more
- Pentagon Issues Guidance on 6-Year Periodic Reinvestigations and Special Access Programs - In July, the Pentagon doubled-down on its move to change the scope of PRs from five years to six. Read more
Protecting the Privacy of Your Employees
“OPM rules state unequivocally that SF-86s are not to be filed in the Official Personnel Folder.”
Make Your Security Training “Snackable”
New Portal Commander Edition Set to Release in October
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