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Sen. Ben Sasse wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to testify on the issue.
And you thought your inbox was dangerous.
The agency will accept public comments about the regulations later this year.
And they want half of the money to go to victims.
Some states remain wary of asking for federal election security help, but the ice is thawing, a Homeland Security official said.
A look at Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone’s public statements about artificial intelligence, offense, and defense.
, Defense One
The bureau missed its own goals for disruptions and dismantlements the past two years.
Customs and Border Protection released updated rules for how officials can search phones, laptops and tablets in the age of encryption.
The bill would put the power of law behind the Trump administration’s vulnerability transparency pledge.
The potential footprint makes 2014’s Heartbleed look like an op-forces training exercise.
Former officials say the ban could trade a marginal security improvement for a much tougher working environment.
Harold Martin III pleaded guilty to one of 20 counts of willful retention of national defense information.
There's no proof that these flaws have been used by anyone in the wild yet.
Tehran’s agents are busily working against the protesters — and anyone who may have contacted them from abroad.
, Defense One
Social media activity linked to Russia has increased massively
The breach also affected non-DHS employees who communicated with the department’s inspector general.
For more secure networks, federal IT teams should balance compliance exercises with risk management strategies.
A Commerce Department center is seeking partners to make internet-connected devices more secure.
Ahead of the 2018 midterms, the threat of Russia-linked cyber and disinformation campaigns still looms large.
, The Atlantic
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