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President Barack Obama announces additional steps that call for more information sharing, modernized law enforcement & updated security data breach reporting.
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The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said that in its mission to defend the nation, the Defense Department must stay ahead of the ongoing technological revolution and its attendant rise in “anywhere, any time” cyber threats. “As the defense community …
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In the field of ‘epidemic intelligence,’ public health experts often turn to formal and informal data sources to learn about disease events occurring around the world. Advances in technology have been largely responsible for spurring the ability to augment the …
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By Carl Hunt and Richard Raines Last week on Armed with Science, John Ohab posted a remarkable video of Army LTG Benjamin Freakley on the topic of “Technology Without People is Just Very Cool Stuff.” This video is an insightful …
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By Ian Graham Defense Media Activity Reports have been circulating of an upcoming “Internet crunch,” a phenomenon web experts expect will occur when Internet protocol version four (IPv4) runs out of space for IP addresses, the identification numbers assigned to …
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