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PERSPECTIVE: Identity as the New Security Perimeter

Federal agencies struggle with an excess of "over-privileged users" with access to more resources than necessary.

White House Seeks $47.5B to Add DHS Staff, Fund Cyber and Border Wall

The Transportation Security Administration would get $3.2 billion to add 687 screeneers, bringing the total transportation security corps to 43,877, the most ever.

Pentagon No. 2 Floats Cyber Disclosure for Contractors

Shanahan, who came to the Defense Department from Boeing, said cyber security is "one of those things that should be uncompromising."

Trump Creates Multi-Agency National Vetting Center for Entry Into U.S.

Coordinating intelligence and law enforcement information will improve identification of "terrorists, criminals, and other nefarious actors trying to enter and remain," says White House.

Beleaguered Healthcare Cybersecurity Center Gets New Chief

HCCIC might add to industry confusion caused by overlapping and duplicative federal cybersecurity rules and alerts, senator suggested last year.

DHS Warns Olympics Travelers of Cyber Risks

"There is also the possibility that mobile or other communications will be monitored," Homeland Security warns about PyeongChang Games.

Cybercriminals, Nation-State Hackers Use LinkedIn for Targeting

Chinese intelligence services have been attempting to extract information and find intelligence sources by creating fake profiles on the networking site.

DHS Retools Government Internet Connection for the Cloud Era

Department wants to lessen the "trombone effect," which slows network to and from the cloud and makes it harder for agencies to use as-a-service applications.
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