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Adm. John Richardson: Navy Found No Proof of Cyberattacks in Guided Missile Destroyer Collisions

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson has said the U.S. Navy did not find evidence that cyber attacks caused the separate collisions of two guided-missile destroyers in the Pacific over the past three months, Military.com reported Thursday. Richardson said in a Facebook live-stream call that the Navy has investigated the …

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Senate Panel’s 2018 NDAA Would Reorganize DoD CIO Office, Ban Russian Anti-Virus Software

The Senate Armed Services Committee’s version of the fiscal 2018 defense policy bill would ban Kaspersky Lab‘s anti-virus software from Defense Department systems and reorganize the DoD chief information officer position, Defense One reported Friday. SASC unanimously approved the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act, that calls for the department to divide the …

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Gen. David Goldfein: Military Could Recommend More Flexibility in IS Fight for Trump

U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein has said military leaders could give President-elect Donald Trump recommendations to grant more flexibility to field commanders in the fight against the Islamic State militant group, USA Today reported Monday. Jim Michaels writes Goldfein said the options could include more freedom to use secret …

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ISACA’s Theresa Grafenstine Recommends Cybersecurity Priorities for Next US President

Theresa Grafenstine, vice chair of ISACA’s board and inspector general of the House of Representatives, has outlined five cybersecurity issues that she believes the 45th U.S. president should prioritize within the first 100 days of the new administration. Grafenstine wrote in an opinion piece published in the Hill that the incoming president must …

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