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CIA Silent as Wikileaks Claims to Publish Thousands of Agency Files

The group says the 8,000-plus files detail the existence and function of key hacking tools.

This image shows lightning data captured on February 14, 2017 over the course of an hour and displayed over an image of the Western Hemisphere from the Advanced Baseline Imager on GOES-16.

Meet the Satellite in Space that Maps and Predicts Lightning

The agency's next-gen satellite is taking some awesome pictures as it tests its instruments.

Trump Team is Floating Cyber Executive Order to Industry

Cyber watchers urge Trump to hold officials accountable for cyber lapses, but to be clear what accountability means.

Entrepreneur Peter Thiel speaks during the final day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Thursday, July 21, 2016.

White House Selects Deputy CTO From Peter Thiel’s Rolodex

Choosing someone with a background in venture capital breaks from the technology company and long-time government executives the Obama administration preferred since creating a CTO role in 2009.

President Donald Trump walks near the White House in February.

The White House Declines to Substantiate Trump's Wiretapping Claims

A day after the Trump charges “Nixon/Watergate” level misconduct by his predecessor, the administration says that “neither the White House nor the president will comment further.”

House Bill Would Give Companies Some Leeway to Hack Back

It would allow hacked companies to penetrate their attackers' network, but not to destroy anything once they’re there.

 Founded in 2015, Astral AR creates immersive augmented reality, biometrics-piloted unmanned aerial vehicles that provide real-time 3-D feedback.

Meet Medusa and Jenny—Drones You Fly with Your Mind

A growing drone startup uses augmented reality to drop the joystick.

The Government’s Secret Wiki for Intelligence

Analysts reportedly tucked classified information about Russian hacking inside Intellipedia for safekeeping.

The Invisible Fence That Keeps Drones Away From the President

Some drones are programmed to avoid restricted airspace—but it’s not hard to ignore the limits and fly there anyway.

30 Agencies Pursue Shared Services, Most With IT Modernization in Mind

Aging IT is a looming problem for federal agencies, presenting both performance and security issues.

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