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IG tells FAA to rethink telecom program
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Molaski: The need for measures
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Soldiers find alternatives to DOD’s Internet cafés
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SANS updates vulnerability list
Florida police make data-sharing progress
Meet the new enterprise network
Customs agents are seizing record amounts of pirated IT hardware
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White Hat dons Red Hat
Vets battle for more contract wins
New GWAC could bring more business to some vet-owned companies
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Davis demands more attention to GSA
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A two-year campaign that prompted the Department of Homeland Security to issue its first-ever emergency directive to agencies to shore up cyber defenses appears in part to have been an attempt to spy on U.S. government internet traffic.
A rule change allows furloughed feds and those working without pay to take out loans against their retirement during shutdowns.
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