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Three Components: Protecting federal networks, cybersecurity of critical infrastructure and promoting cyber-security workforce development.
The US Defense Intelligence Agency has a new approach to acquisition and software development that looks a lot like Silicon Valley's.
The key to reducing insider threats lies in understanding the individual’s mindset and having robust monitoring on that person's systems & data.
Forget about spies. It's rogue insiders that cause heartburn at US intelligence agencies these days.
Passing basic training and a drugs test: The best cyber warriors don’t always make the best soldiers.
Wikileaks' release of CIA secret hacking tools includes software to build customised malware to compromise computers running Windows.
The NSA & US Cyber Command chief is thinking of going to the private sector to buy the next generation of ready- made cyber weapons.
The un-cover-up, the fact of the leak itself, is probably more significant than the substance of what has thus far been revealed.
Zero Days exploits used to create and promulgate a software patch are goldmines for US intelligence agencies.
Four years after the renegade NSA employee first leaked details of its secret international surveillance activities, Snowden still makes news.