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Former Intel Director: ‘The Clearance System We Have is Broken’

The government needs to be able to continuously vet intelligence employees for threats, former Director of National Intelligence Director James Clapper said.

How to Stop Services from Snooping on Your Gmail

Do you know who's reading your messages?

If the Government Shuts Down, Some of Its Websites, Databases and IT Do Too

OMB’s 2013 guidance requires that IT systems related to excepted activity, including national security, stays functional.

Congressional Staffers to Get Cybersecurity Crash Course

The training is part of a public awareness campaign in President Obama’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan.

Highly radioactive used nuclear fuel stored underwater at Unit 2, Brunswick Nuclear Power Plant, Southport, North Carolina.

How Will the Federal Government Protect Nuclear Safety in an Anti-Regulatory Climate?

The U.S. nuclear industry is struggling to compete with cheap natural gas and manage radioactive waste. Budget cuts and anti-regulatory pressure could worsen things by weakening federal oversight.

Criminals Will Need a 'Face Off' Machine to Beat Biometrics If IARPA Project Succeeds

The intelligence community’s R&D unit awarded a few groups funds to prevent criminals from tricking biometric scanners.

DHS IG Investigates If CBP Abused Authority to Unmask Anti-Trump Twitter User

Twitter sued DHS after it demanded the identity of a user critical of the Trump administration.

White House Cyber Czar to Play Role in Kushner Innovation Office

White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Rob Joyce will help ensure any government modernization programs build cybersecurity in, he said.

Justice, 18F Partner for Government-wide FOIA Portal

The goal is a centralized system for processing Freedom of Information Act requests.

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