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Former DHS Assistant Secretary Blames Congress for Lack of Cyber Security

Former assistant secretary for cyber security with the Department of Homeland Security has recently gone on the record saying Congress is to blame for the lack of a comprehensive cyber security plan in America. Gregory Garcia, assistant secretary since 2006, warned congress to “have a coordinated, leadership-driven process, rather than …

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China Responds to Cyber Attack Allegations

Many Americans support the assumption that China is involved with many of the cyber attacks against our government and Internet infrastructure. A U.S. congressional advisory panel published a report saying that China appeared to be increasingly targeting U.S. computers while gathering data for their military. The report highlighted that China …

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CIA Wins Turf Battle Against DNI

Last week, intelligence officials announced the CIA had won a “turf battle” against the director of national intelligence, in other words, the boss. The battle was really just the guarantee the CIA station chiefs would get dominance over all other personnel and U.S intelligence operations. This has been a month-long …

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Information Request for Cyber Security Competency Models

Recently, three major US governmental agencies identified cyber security based professionals and occupations as high priority for governement-wide competency models. The US Office of Personnel Management, Chief Information Officers Council and the Chief Human Capital Officers Council of Workforce Development Subcommittee are heading the initiative. They hope to locate positions …

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