Maggie Miller

Maggie Miller was a reporter for Inside Cybersecurity. She covered various industry initiatives and other cyber-related issues across fields such as energy, water, and retail.

Prior to joining Inside Cybersecurity in 2017, Maggie interned at a variety of places including Voice of America, where she helped cover the 2016 presidential election, and the British Embassy, where she worked on the digital and communications team to help monitor Britain in the news. Maggie also interned at GRNlive, a foreign correspondents network, during a semester abroad in London in 2015. While completing her degree at American University, Maggie served as first a Section Editor, then Vice President, of the AU Her Campus chapter, an online magazine for college-aged women. Maggie graduated from AU in 2017 with a BA in Journalism and a minor in International Relations.

Maggie is from Austin, TX originally, and currently resides in Washington, DC.

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Archived Articles
Daily News | April 11, 2019

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is reworking the way it presents guidelines on securing defense-related controlled unclassified information in order to avoid strapping contractors with redundant requirements, according to a senior NIST official.

Daily News | April 2, 2019

The counterintelligence landscape has evolved from a focus on various nation-state actors to specific issues such as cybersecurity and supply-chain threats, intelligence official Bill Evanina said Monday, while advocating for government and industry groups to pursue "enterprise-wide" solutions to combat those supply-chain threats.

Daily News | March 5, 2019

The highly anticipated release of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's revised guidelines for "controlled unclassified information," which serve as the basis for defense contractor cybersecurity requirements, is awaiting completion of an interagency review being led by the White House Office of Management and Budget, a NIST official told Inside Cybersecurity on Monday.

Daily News | February 8, 2019

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is racing to publish a second revision of a draft guidance document on protecting "controlled unclassified information" prior to Feb. 15 in case another partial government shutdown occurs.

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