Trainings do not comprehensively address or provide resources for the post-response mental health needs of these professionals.
The Centers for Disease Control and National Institutes of Health funded Chinese entities to conduct a wide range of research, including disease surveillance, vaccination studies, and the development of new drugs.
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Changes to the FedRAMP Authorization Boundary Guidance include updated language and definitions to better describe the different data types and processes.
The unclassified, shareable nature of commercial remote sensing data, including RF, makes it a valuable source for situational awareness and intelligence sharing.
Approaching eight months following Russia’s initial attack on Ukraine, the IC leaders provided an assessment of our adversary’s capabilities.
Managed by the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST), TLP is a system of markings that communicates information sharing permissions.
Resulting innovations could counter foreign malign influence activities and identify counterintelligence risks.
IARPA aims to build a fundamentally new understanding of low-dose radiation’s physical impacts through advances in artificial intelligence.