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CISA, NSA Guidance Tries to Reduce Alternatives for Securing Industrial Control Systems

Federal agencies issued guidance they hope will help streamline and ease the decision-making process for owners of critical infrastructure to start protecting industrial control systems from an increasing probability of cyberattack. “The variety of available security solutions can also be intimidating, resulting in choice paralysis,” […]

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Innovation Calls for Upskilling: Preparing the Workforce for Ethical AI and ML

As the timelines for digital transformation initiatives accelerate, the promise of artificial intelligence and machine learning is top of mind across the public sector. From increased flexibility, to automation, efficiency and cost savings, agencies are looking to these technologies to help transform their organizations. In […]

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Planned Next-Gen Satellites Can Help Address Extreme Weather Challenges, Officials Say

Even as NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration gear up to launch the final satellite in the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites—or GOES-R—series in the next two years, officials are already looking to the capabilities possible in the upcoming generation of weather satellites. That […]

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Founding Fathers on Prayer

David Barton was interviewed about the National Day of Prayer. This interview provides useful historical information that you might be interested in sharing with your friends and neighbors. The four questions David was asked appears below, along with his answers. Why is it important that […]

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DOD’s Digital Threats Are Increasingly Interconnecting, Watchdog Warns

The new wave of major national security challenges stem from the digital information environment and the continued spread of misinformation and cyber threats across virtual networks, according to a new Government Accountability Office study. Noting that the U.S. Department of Defense’s warfighting and intelligence operations […]

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Industry Objections Spur Changes to Cybersecurity Provisions in Defense Bill  

An important set of lawmakers trying to advance U.S. cybersecurity policy in this year’s National Defense Authorization Act—with implications for agencies’ procurement and risk management—is reworking their initial proposals after industry complaints, according to one of the lawmakers. “I think we’ve made a good faith […]

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