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FBI Assistant Director Details Cybersecurity Efforts, Multiagency Collaboration

In testimony before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security yesterday, FBI’s Assistant Director Gordon M. Snow spoke about how threats in cyberspace–from social-engineering scams to data mining–are pervasive dangers threatening national security and Americans in their everyday lives. Snow highlighted how modern-day con artists operate on …

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Interagency Effort to Combat IP Theft

The Department of Justice has joined forces with other government departments and agencies as part of the Obama administration’s effort to combat theft of intellectual property, Attorney General Eric Holder announced yesterday. Together with administration officials, DOJ has developed key aspects of the first-ever Joint Strategic Plan on Intellectual Property …

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New Assistant Director for FBI Cyber Division

FBI Director Robert Mueller, III has named Gordon Snow the assistant director of the FBI’s Cyber Division. Snow has been working with the FBI since March of 1992, and his most recent position was deputy assistant director of the Cyber Division. Director Mueller said, “Protecting the United States against cyber …

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