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Security at the Department of Defense is Weaker than You Would Think

Security at the Department of Defense is Weaker than You Would Think

Security clearance is given to thousands of people who owe the IRS money.

A How-To Guide on Building a Federal Information Security Team

A How-To Guide on Building a Federal Information Security Team

Here is a list to help develop an all-star team of employees that will protect your information.

The Ultimate Cybersecurity Fix

The Ultimate Cybersecurity Fix

Typewriter sales in German economy boom as tool to thwart cyber spying.

Republican State Representative Wants Migrant Children Quickly Returned Home

Republican State Representative Wants Migrant Children Quickly Returned Home

"I think the first step to fix it is to give our CBP guys the authority to immediately repatriate them back to their countries," said Salmon, chairman of the U.S. House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere and a member of the working group that U.S. House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, assembled to address the crisis.

Facebook Facial Recognition Better than FBI

Facebook Facial Recognition Better than FBI's

Next Generation Identification (NGI) and DeepFace battle it out to prove who is the best at biometrics...so far, social media is winning.

Tighter Security Measures Sought for Airline Safety

Tighter Security Measures Sought for Airline Safety

Intelligence officials concerned about new al-Qaida effort to create a bomb that would go through airport security undetected.

UK Government Admits Spying Using Google, Facebook, Twitter

UK Government Admits Spying Using Google, Facebook, Twitter

What it all boils down to is internal vs. external cyber communications.

GovSec 2014 Attendance Grows 20 Percent

GovSec – the Government Security Conference and Expo, which featured TREXPO, the Law Enforcement Expo, and was held in conjunction with CPM East – saw its conference grow by 20 percent and total attendance reach more than 3,600 in 2014.



New Chinese Military Cyberattacks Discovered

New Chinese Military Cyberattacks Discovered

Hackers targeting golfers at conferences, US government sectors along with American, European and Japanese satellite, aerospace and communication companies.

Security Stunt Pulled by Australian Politician in Parliament

Security Stunt Pulled by Australian Politician in Parliament

Wheat farmer pulls pipe bomb from bag, illustrating that government building security measures are failing. (Video Included)