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Financial Services Cyber Test

The Financial Services ISAC plans a simulated cyber attack against a range of its members in February to test their responses.

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US Cybersecurity Team Takes Shape

When President Obama last month named Howard Schmidt to be the nation's cybersecurity coordinator, he filled a gap in the federal government's cybersecurity command structure. Schmidt joins a group of IT decisionmakers who share responsibility for keeping Uncle Sam's systems, information, and IT infrastructure safe from threats that are growing in number and sophistication.

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TSA withdraws subpoenas of travel bloggers

Just days after serving subpoenas to two travel bloggers, the Transportation Security Administration withdrew the subpoenas late Thursday, saying its investigation into how the bloggers received a sensitive security directive "is nearing a successful conclusion."

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Securing Computer Networks and Civilian and Military Buildings in the Aftermath of Fort Hood

Congress holds hearings on methods to prevent terrorist attacks on a number of fronts in the wake of the Fort Hood attack earlier this month. The Senate Judiciary Committee examines cybersecurity; the House Homeland Security Committee takes a look at protecting federal civilian buildings; and the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee investigates conditions that enabled the Fort Hood attack to occur. Keep Reading

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