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Adams to be Tech Lead at FBI

He joined the FBI in 1997 and was first assigned to the Washington Field Office, where he worked on many crimes including espionage, drug trafficking, violent crime, and terrorism. Keep Reading

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House Passes Bill to Sharpen Oversight of Cyber Threat Disclosures

House lawmakers have passed legislation that will require DHS to tell Congress how known cyber vulnerabilities are being disclosed to the private sector. The bill directs DHS to submit a report to Congress that contains “a description of the policies and procedures developed for coordinating cyber vulnerability disclosures.” It also asks for an annex outlining… Keep Reading

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Wray: FBI Needs ‘Back Door’ Access as ‘Major Public Safety Issue’

FBI Director Christopher Wray has called on the tech industry to create encryption “back doors” for law enforcement agencies so they can unlock seized devices. Speaking at the International Conference of Cyber Security in New York, Wray said that the FBI seized nearly 8,000 devices from suspects in FY 2017 that they are unable to… Keep Reading

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