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Originally posted by searching411
OK. Anyone out there remember their high school history? Or do our schools not hit on the subject of McCarthyism anymore.
The National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) (/niːm/ neem) is an XML-based information exchange framework from the United States. NIEM represents a collaborative partnership of agencies and organizations across all levels of government (federal, state, tribal, and local) and with private industry. The purpose of this partnership is to effectively and efficiently share critical information at key decision points throughout the whole of the justice, public safety, emergency and disaster management, intelligence, and homeland security enterprise. NIEM is designed to develop, disseminate, and support enterprise-wide information exchange standards and processes that will enable jurisdictions to automate information sharing. NIEM is an outgrowth of the United States Department of Justice's Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM) project. NIEM is now being expanded to include other federal and state agencies such as the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Texas, Florida, New York, Pennsylvania, and others.
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Wendy Coyle, PMP's Experience IT Specialist/NIEM Cyber Domain Co-Steward US Department of Homeland Security Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Government Administration industry August 2011 – Present (1 year 11 months) Washington D.C. Metro Area Information Sharing Lead, Network Security Deployment. Responsible for the Information Sharing capability development of the National Cybersecurity Protection System (EINSTEIN). Associate Booz Allen Hamilton Public Company; 10,001+ employees; Management Consulting industry February 2011 – October 2011 (9 months) Task Manager Northrop Grumman Public Company; 10,001+ employees; NOC; Defense & Space industry September 2003 – March 2011 (7 years 7 months) Manage an 10 plus team of analysts and system administrators to support the DISA Office of Information & Knowledge Management office. Provide senior level leadership in meeting the overall goals and objectives of providing system lifecycle support for DISA enterprise intranet services and applications. Projects supported: Provide direct support of DISA's Identity Management initiative, DISA on Defense Knowledge Online, and operations & maintenance support for DISA's enterprise content management system called "DISA Workspaces" built on Vignette Collab product. Provide task leader oversight for above and Electronic Records Management pilot, Intranet Support help desk, various marketing and training tasks in support of Intranet services and applications, system admin support of certain OIKM assets, Groupware Systems support, and facilitation/technography support. NG Task Leader Defense Information Systems Agency Educational Institution; 51-200 employees; Nonprofit Organization Management industry 2007 – 2008 (1 year) Task Manager at OSD NII Northrop Grumman Corporation Public Company; 10,001+ employees; NOC; Defense & Space industry 1999 – 2003 (4 years)
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SecurityMetrics is a multinational merchant data security and compliance company headquartered in Orem, Utah. The company is a Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) vendor, listed as a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA), Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV), P2PE QSA, PCI Forensic Investigator (PFI) and Payment Application Qualified Security Assessor (PA-QSA) by the PCI Security Standards Council. SecurityMetrics has working relationships with major payment processing companies and global acquiring banks such as Global Payments Inc, Sterling Payment Technologies, and FirstMerit Bank to provide PCI compliance, TIN matching, and other security solutions to their merchants. SecurityMetrics currently has the largest support staff in the PCI industry worldwide, fielding over 132,000 calls a month, and employs nearly 400 employees. SecurityMetrics has been an A+ accredited business through the Better Business Bureau (BBB) since May 2005. Contents [hide] 1 Product History 2 Awards 2.1 2013 2.2 2012 2.3 2011 2.4 2010 3 References 4 External links Product HistorySecurityMetrics was founded in 2000 by Brad Caldwell with the goal to test website security. In 2002, SecurityMetrics released its first vulnerability scanning appliance. In 2003 SecurityMetrics released its first hardware device with intrusion detection and vulnerability assessment technology, and conducted its first forensic investigation. SecurityMetrics was officially named a QSA and ASV by the PCI Council in 2006, and certified as a security assessor for all four major card associations in the United States: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. In 2008, SecurityMetrics hit the 1 million customer mark and in 2009 the company was officially named a PA-QSA by the PCI Council. In 2010 it released PANscan®, a card data discovery tool. In response to the IRS new tax identification number matching requirements in 2011, SecurityMetrics released SecurityMetrics TIN Matching. In 2011 the company also released a network threat sensor called Vision. In 2012, SecurityMetrics released a program intended to reduce business liability called SecurityMetrics Assurance and its new PCI verification and testing program, PCI Focus. In 2013, SecurityMetrics released a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act compliance assessment program intended to assist covered entity healthcare organizations in complying with HIPAA Security and Omnibus Final Rule regulations. In May the company also announced an app called MobileScan  intended to scan payment processing phones and tablets for security vulnerabilities. Awards
Originally posted by pigsy2400
are people just angrier because its been confirmed?
Originally posted by VforVendettea
reply to post by elouina
What scares them more than anything else is the talk, texts, tweets and emails showing how the sheeple are waking up.