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FCW Insider: April 9, 2021

White House plans order on industrial control systems

The move tracks with a schedule "sprint" on the risks posed by insecure industrial control systems scheduled for this summer by the Department of Homeland Security.

ODNI plans recruitment ad campaign

Intelligence agencies are seeking STEM employees and a more diverse workforce.

An academic superstar urges us to get better at abandoning old beliefs

Steve Kelman recommends a new book -- and broader life lessons -- from Adam Grant.

Quick Hits

*** The Department of Commerce added seven Chinese supercomputing companies to its list of entities subject to export controls and other sanctions for "engaging in or enabling activities contrary to U.S. national security and foreign policy interests."

*** The National Intelligence Council publicly released its annual Global Trends report on April 8. The report projects possible global security conditions out to 2040.

*** The IRS is looking for ideas on how to extract usable data from low-quality scans and other low-resolution digital images residing in legacy systems.

Posted by FCW Staff on Apr 09, 2021 at 2:21 AM


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