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NIST Wants To Know How Utility Companies Can Deter Hackers

The federal government wants input on the best ways to protect companies from losing control of physical assets.

An Interior Data Center's Security May Have Exposed Data for Years

An OIG report suggests the Bureau of Indian Affairs' cyber program wasn't enough to protect 24 systems internally.

DHS Showcases Bluetooth Tech at RSA

DHS’ cyber research division looks for technology the private sector will use but might not develop on its own.

NASA's Next Frontier Is Washington

The space agency is in limbo as it waits for direction from Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress.

New York DA to Trump: Have Our Backs Against Cop-proof Encryption

New York District Attorney Cyrus Vance advocated a congressional ban on cop-proof encryption, but legislation never got off the ground.

Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah

Hatch's Innovation Plan: Reform H-1B Program, Protect Federal IT

The Utah senator plans to advocate for bringing in high-skilled immigrants who want to stay in the United States.

Outgoing DOD CIO: 'There's Still A Lot of Work To Do'

Terry Halvorsen expects AI to play a greater role in cybersecurity soon.

Why NIST's Framework Avoids a One-Sized-Fits-All Approach to Cybersecurity

Many companies are adopting the framework, but there’s still work to do, the NIST program manager tells Nextgov.

Retired Gen. Keith Alexander speaks to media outside the West Wing of the White House, in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017.

What Former NSA Chief Keith Alexander Thinks of Trump's Cyber Stance

The former NSA director hopes Trump will allow government to more actively defend industry from cyberattacks.

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