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Gen. Martin Dempsey: US Still Lacking in Cyber-Risk Safeguards

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Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, thinks U.S. government, military and private organizations have not done enough to prevent cyber attacks, DoD News reported Wednesday. Lisa Ferdinando writes Dempsey said he is worried enemies will exploit security weaknesses in critical infrastructure run by civilian operators. …

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Report: Israel, Hamas Mull Humanitarian Ceasefire

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Israel’s Security Cabinet will meet later Friday to discuss an international humanitarian ceasefire proposal that calls for Israel and Hamas to consider possible new Gaza border arrangements, Associated Press reported Friday. Hamas is seeking assurance that the Israeli and Egyptian governments will open border crossings into the Hamas-controlled strip, according …

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SEC IG Asking Justice Dept. to Review Agency’s Madoff Probe

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s top auditor plans to ask the Justice Department to review whether an SEC lawyer broke conflict-of-interest rules during the agency’s investigation of convicted Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff. According to Bloomberg, H. David Kotz, SEC inspector general, is completing a report on former counsel David Becker’s …

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