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NSA Issues Guidance on Securing Wireless Devices in Public Settings

Cyber actors can compromise devices over Bluetooth, public Wi-Fi, and Near-Field Communications (NFC), a short-range wireless technology. This puts personal and organizational data, credentials, and devices at risk.

NCSC and CDSE Publish Insider Risk Mitigation Guide for the Food and Agriculture Sector

Several case studies about food adulteration, theft of intellectual property, and active shooter incidents by insiders in the food and agriculture sector are included in the document, as are links to additional resources from the federal government and other entities.

Artificial Intelligence: Next Frontier Is Cybersecurity

NSA’s Jason Wang, technical director for the Computer and Analytic Sciences Research Group, forecasted a future in which AI will support the Intelligence Community’s (IC) efforts to secure and defend our Nation’s networks.

ODNI’s Critical Role in Cybersecurity: Facilitating Collaboration, Sharing, and a Combined Response to Foreign Threats

The United States — its public and private sectors — finds itself at a crossroads: we must improve our understanding of elusive, ever-changing threats, while simultaneously remaining agile in our capability to identify and respond to them.

NSA Named 2021 Public-Sector Employer of the Year for Commitment to Employees with Disabilities

CAREERS & the disABLED magazine selected the National Security Agency as the 2021 Public-Sector Employer of the Year, a testament to the agency’s continued commitment to providing equal employment opportunities and fostering a fair and equitable work environment.

U.S. Unveils Insights on China’s ‘Aggressive’ Cyber Ops, Assesses Blame for Microsoft Hack

Hackers "on the MSS payroll" made "a large ransom request made to an American company," senior administration official said.

Guantanamo Bay Detainee Abdul Latif Nasir Transferred to Morocco

In 2016, the Periodic Review Board (PRB) process determined that law of war detention of Abdul Latif Nasir no longer remained necessary to protect against a continuing significant threat to the national security of the United States.

Ridge, Brennan Sign Letter Urging Biden to Declare Fentanyl WMD

The letter’s release comes following the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) provisional overdose data report announcing 93,000 deaths in 2020 — an all-time high driven by illicit fentanyl and its analogues.
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