Posts Tagged ‘DOD’

‘Spell Check for Cybersecurity’

There is no doubt the next wave of cyberattacks will be more sophisticated, more difficult to detect and more capable
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Ex-FBI Agent gets 10 Years

A former FBI special agent got 10 years for accepting bribes to obstruct a grand jury in an Defense Department
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Chinese Hacking: Ineptitude, Confusion

By Richard Sale
Chinese hackers are a little engine that knows no rest. And in light of new developments
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Insider Threat Scares DoD IT Pros

Outside cyber attacks gain the most publicity, but internal incidents are just as worrisome, just ask the Defense Department (DoD).
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Carnegie Mellon Cyber Security Scholarships

Seventeen Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) graduate students earned cyber security scholarships from the National Science Foundation, the Department of Homeland
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U.S.: China Using Cyber Attacks

This may not come as a big surprise, but China’s government and military appear to be an active participant in
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Executive Order and Network Monitoring

A policy through which federal departments offered prosecutorial immunity to companies that helped the U.S. military monitor Internet traffic on
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Big Security Push by DoD

Cyber threats are real and abundant and the government is keenly aware it needs to lock in security policies and
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Agencies Join in Security Plan

A new program is starting up to implement automated monitoring of a set of critical security controls in government IT
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Locking Out Electromagnetic Pulses

U.S. power grids and other civilian infrastructure are not prepared for electromagnetic pulses (EMP) that could result from weapons or
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