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What Federal Cyber Workers Think Would Improve Hiring

Agencies could improve cyber hiring by offering to sponsor certification and training programs, survey respondents say.

"Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver

FCC Says Bogus Traffic Overwhelmed Website After John Oliver Segment

Multiple attacks slowed down the agency's commenting systems starting Sunday night, an FCC statement said.

A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol drone aircraft lifts off at Ft. Huachuca in Sierra Vista, Ariz.

DHS Wants to Verify Drones, Devices are What They Say They Are

The call for technology is open until next May.

Bill to Aid Small Business Cyber Gets $6M Price Tag

The bill would direct NIST to create cybersecurity resources for small companies of varying sizes.

Vladimir Putin speaks to French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, in the Kremlin in Moscow in March.

France’s Macron Hack Likely By Same Russian Group That Hit DNC, Sources Say

A growing list of indicators point to a hack squad associated with the Russian GRU.

Watchdog: Updated Census Could Face Problems In 2020

Census hasn't updated its cost estimates since October 2015.

A 2009 photo from the he Human Engineering Methods (HEM) Research Lab.

The Military is Using Human Brain Waves to Teach Robots How to Shoot

Without even realizing it, soldiers could soon be training robot sharpshooters to take their jobs.

A small drone with eight rotors, capable of working underwater, flies during a demonstration Wednesday, June 22, 2016, in Lower Township, N.J.

Drones Flying By Airports Coming Soon(ish)

Current FAA regulations prohibit drones from flying within 5 miles of an airport without notifying air traffic control.

New Dems Urge OPM to Hire More Cyber Pros Without 4-Year Degrees

Bachelor’s degrees aren’t required for many government cyber jobs, but new hires typically have them.

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