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Fifteenth Anniversary of 9/11 – Where Are We?

With the 15th anniversary of September 11, 2001 soon to arrive, the United States is now engaged in the longest war in its history....

Why DoD Test Ranges Don’t Have to Cause ‘Predictable Permanent Thunderstorms’

We’ve all been there: The pilot has informed the cabin that today’s flight will be re-routed around a bank of thunderstorms, ultimately resulting in...

End-to-end Encryption: Nuisance or Safety Net?

Electronically maintained personal and financial data has been the subject of public and government attention for many years now., Feature articles by major publications,...

Business Email Compromise: Hackers and Competitors Infiltrate via Social Engineering

Everyone in information security should know that business email compromise (BEC) attacks are on the rise. However, many security professionals may not realize how...

Security from Above: How Earth Observation Helps to Keep America Safe

Less than two weeks after the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania, the first Director of the Office of Homeland...

Eating Your Own Cyber Dog Food: An Inward Look at Cybersecurity

During recent conversations with several executives from cybersecurity business consultants that support the US Government, I asked who they’d hold accountable for a breach...

Body Worn Cameras: Setting the Right Storage Policies Today Can Prevent a Future Video Overload

Across the country, the use of body cameras by law enforcement has rapidly moved from an idea under consideration as a pilot-or-proof of concept,...

Why Software Patching is Essential in Today’s World

A few years back, business came to a grinding halt for a European supermarket chain when it was infected with the Conficker virus. The...
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