From the SIGNAL Blog
The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate has announced EMERGE!, a program aimed at finding wearable technologies that could be adapted for first responder operations. [Read more...]
The Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, announced a major research initiative called HEAT, which will pilot advanced cryptographic technologies that enable European citizens and businesses to process sensitive data in encrypted form.
A group of 144 universities warned Congress that pending legislation is so broadly drawn that it would weaken the nation's patent system and hinder the flow of advances from universities to the private sector. [Read more...]
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SIGNAL's Sandra Jontz reported from the Homeland Security Conference in Washington, D.C. [Read more...]
The emergence of the ubiquitous network of billions of Internet connections presents an alarming security threat, but who cares? [Read more...]
Recruiting for a qualified military and civilian work force for the U.S. Defense Department's cybersecurity mission has proven successful so far, but retaining the force remains to be seen, cyber commanders told Congress. [Read more...]
This Month in SIGNAL Magazine
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The next big cyber attack likely will strike critical infrastructure assets in the United States, which could bring the world's remaining superpower to its knees. [Read more...]
NSA labs probe chip-based devices and enhance cognitive learning to secure the nation. [Read more...]
A partnership between the air and cyber domains is the key to blended operations. [Read more...]
The Bottom Line
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