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NSA: Help Us Train Next-Gen Cyber Feds

The agency is giving out $5.5 million in grant funds for cyber curriculum.

Government Wants to Detect Bio-engineered Threats

Whether it's a lab goof or by design, the intelligence community wants to spot engineered biological organisms.

First Responders Use Gaming System Behind 'Mortal Kombat' for Disaster Training

DHS is testing out a video game-based active shooter simulation.

NSA Updates List of Tech Ready For Commercialization

The agency's portfolio of technology focuses on challenges in big data, cyber, internet of things and mobility.

DHS Workers Left Unsecured Laptops and Passwords on Their Desks

An audit also found poor password management and weak access controls for digital systems.

Kaspersky: Stop Russian to Judgment on Our Products

Congress seems to approve of a proposed federal pay raise, loosening retirement fund rules and wants to get rid of agency that focuses on elections.

Apple's Time Cook speaks to President Donald Trump during an American Technology Council meeting.

An Insider’s View of Trump’s American Technology Council Meeting

While a White House official said all the right things, Code for America Founder Jen Pahlka wanted to see more spine from tech executives.

Cyber Advisory Board Gives Thumbs Down to NIST Oversight Role

The advisory board plans to dig into IT modernization during its next meeting.

Legal Group Probes Obama EPA’s Alleged Lobbying on Social Media

Thunderclap platform was used to defend “Waters of the United States” rule.

Lawmakers Call for Space Force, Boost to Military Drills in Europe

The House and Senate Armed Services committees want the Pentagon to better prepare for war in space, but there’s disagreement on how to do it.