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// by Kylie Bielby

Cyber Attackers Could Trick Biologists Into Creating Toxins

The COVID-19 pandemic has raised the specter of bioterrorism. While defenses have usually been targeted at improving physical security, or cybersecurity in terms of sabotaging treatment and infrastructure, a team of researchers have found that biologists could be tricked into creating dangerous toxins in their labs. Keep Reading

// by William Bryan

Computers Everywhere, Security Every Day

Computer Security Day this year happened to also fall on Cyber Monday — a day when millions of online shoppers are relying on invisible 0s and 1s as they click their way to the perfect present. Keep Reading

ManTech Completes Minerva Engineering Acquisition

Minerva Engineering offers a range of advanced cyber services that support the intelligence community, including risk and vulnerability assessment, incident response and cyber intrusion detection, and wireless signal discovery. Keep Reading

// by Kylie Bielby

Europe Doubles Down on Online Terrorist Content

Recent acts of terrorism in France and Austria in October-November 2020, have further demonstrated the importance of disrupting the dissemination of terrorist and violent extremist propaganda during, and in the aftermath of, terrorist attacks.  Keep Reading

DHS Awards CISA Support Contract to NTT DATA Services

As part of this new contract, NTT DATA will provide a wide range of proactive cybersecurity support to CISA’s Cyber Hygiene Program. This effort provides a variety of proactive cybersecurity services that simultaneously identifies vulnerable and poor practices. Keep Reading

NSA’s Tech Transfer Team Wins Top DoD Award

Since its establishment, this process resulted in significant benefits including positive Agency mission impacts, considerable ongoing improvements to the technology, and a huge economic windfall for the technology market. Keep Reading

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