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A Bunch Of CIA Contractors Got Fired For Stealing Snacks From Vending Machines

A Bunch Of CIA Contractors Got Fired For Stealing Snacks From Vending Machines

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Security Reads
Choosing a Sound Path Forward for Cybersecurity -

When it comes to cybersecurity risk management, let's pursue a flexible, principles-based approach, not one filled with layers of compliance requirements.

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The Girl Scouts are adding a cybersecurity badge - Jun. 16, 2017

Girl Scouts to offer cybersecurity badges.

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Pentagon nearly ready to implement new personnel system for cyber workforce

The Defense Department's acting chief information officer says final rules for the new Cyber Excepted Service should be in effect by July or August.

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NSA Opens Github Account — Lists 32 Projects Developed by the Agency

The National Security Agency (NSA) has opened a Github Account to lists 32 Open Source projects developed by the agency

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Breach, Hacks And Attacks
Russia's Cyberwar on Ukraine Is a Blueprint For What's to Come | WIRED

Blackouts in Ukraine were just a trial run. Russian hackers are learning to sabotage infrastructure---and the US could be next.

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If You're Going to Set a Cyber Trap, Don't Do This - Nextgov.com

The Energy Department