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US Cybersecurity Plans Lagging, Critics Say

More than a yearafter President Obama made a White House speech  proclaiming that the protection of computer networks was a national priority, the federal government is still grappling with key questions about how to secure its computer systems as well as private networks deemed critical to US security.

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Can We Talk?

Interoperability remains the greatest challenge to effective emergency operations—and a host of innovators are working to solve its problems.

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Putting IWN to Work

Interoperable communications are a key ingredient in effective response and operations. The Integrated Wireless Network is supposed to allow diverse authorities to communicate directly and seamlessly—and soon we may know who will provide it.


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AT&T Prepared To Keep Customers Connected During Hurricane Season in Georgia

AT&T is committed to keep its customers connected during the upcoming hurricane season – before, during and after storms – and has one of the industry’s largest and most advanced business continuity and disaster response programs to make sure its networks stay up and running. No one knows when the next tropical storm or hurricane… Keep Reading

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