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DHS Seeks Input on Public-Private Cyber Sharing Groups

Information Sharing Analysis Organizations are to be formed based on sector, sub-sector or region, and overseen by a standards board.

The CRS-6 Falcon sits in a hangar.

SpaceX Gets Approval for National Security Launches

The move breaks a monopoly long held by the Boeing-Lockheed Martin joint venture United Launch Alliance.

IRS Says Cybercriminals Nabbed Info on 100K Taxpayers

Agency sends warning to 200,000 taxpayers, half of whom will be credit monitored.

NASA wants its technology to be used by more people than just astronauts.

NASA Wants to Help Propel Space Tech Past ‘Tipping Point’

An infusion of NASA cash could help propel these technologies into viable commercial applications.

National Security Agency Starts to Shut Down Mass-Spying Program

Republicans said the White House was being "disingenuous" by threatening to shutter the surveillance program.

NSA Tests Out Smartphones that Recognize Handwriting Motion

The National Security Agency has tested the use of smartphone-swipe recognition technology, according to the tool’s manufacturer.

The Cray XT Jaguar features more than 224,000 processing cores, each with 2 gigabytes of local memory.

House OKs Bill to Promote ‘Exascale’ Supercomputing

The bill would require the Energy Department to research supercomputing technology, especially for reducing power consumption.

Pentagon Kills $475M Cyber Contract

The solicitation would have outsourced support for cyberspying and network attacks against foreigners, as well as the defense of military networks.

Hackers Scavenge CareFirst and Manipulate the Federal Reserve

Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.

Protestors rally against NSA surveillance in 2013.

What Happens if Patriot Act Section 215 Expires?

The Snowden leaks revealed that the NSA was interpreting the law to vacuum up millions of U.S. call records every day.