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IL Safety Alliance Renewed

It is no secret the industrial and utility sectors can be a hazardous workplace environment. That is why an alliance
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Grant to Aid Canine Communications

Orlando, Florida-based HaloLights, LLC earned a $199,540 grant to begin prototype testing of canine wearable technology. Canine (K9) agents are
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Govt., Private Sector Need to Unite on Cyber: Report

Unless government and private sector decision makers begin developing cyber-enabled economic warfare (CEEW) -specific procedures and trust now, the United
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New Safety Rules after Train Chem Spill

Five safety recommendations ended up issued Thursday following the National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) investigation of an August 2016 chlorine
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Feds Ink Chem Facility Security, Safety Charter

In a move to create a safer and more secure chemical industry, a “Chemical Facility Security and Safety Working Group
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Feedback Needed for IoT Device Security

NIST’s Cybersecurity for the Internet of Things (IoT) Program is beginning stakeholder engagement on identifying a core set of cybersecurity
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Improving Software in the SWAMP

In a move to secure software by enabling developers to evaluate their products against realistic test cases, 9,700 real-world software
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Fukushima Aftermath: Feds Rule on Lessons Learned

Building on orders issued in March 2012, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) will publish a rule based on lessons learned
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DNS Infrastructure Hijacking Campaign Alert …

By using compromised credentials, an attacker in a new Domain Name System (DNS) infrastructure hijacking campaign can modify the location
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… CISA Issues First Emergency Directive

By Christopher Krebs
On Tuesday January 22, I released Emergency Directive 19-01, Mitigate DNS Infrastructure Tampering, directing Federal civilian
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