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Bill Evanina Nominated to Head National Counterintelligence Security Center

Evanina serves as the head of counterintelligence for the U.S. government and as the principal CI and Security advisor to the Director of National Intelligence.

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.

Munich Airport Opens Cybersecurity Defense Hub

IT specialists with the airport operating company FMG will work together with experts from the European aviation industry to develop strategies.

Coast Guard Hopes to Hurry Heavy Icebreaker Acquisition

The purchase would depend on new equipment investments by U.S. shipyards, which haven't built heavy icebreakers for decades.

Secret Service: ATM ‘Jackpot’ Hackers Likely Tied to International Syndicates

The heists, which involve hacking ATMs to rapidly shoot out torrents of cash, have been observed across the United States.

For Government Contractors, No End in Sight to Budget Uncertainty

The stoppage brought fresh worries that the industry’s funding problems are likely to get worse before they get better.

New DHS Screening for Refugees from 11 ‘High Risk’ Countries

During the review period, which lasted from late October to last week, admissions of refugees from those countries dropped sharply.

Catching Up on the FBI Saga: Missing Texts, Attempted Mueller Firing, and Other Whispers

The FBI has recently been under fire for numerous alleged activities and recent reports of several months of "misplaced" texts set the internet ablaze.
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