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GAO Says Cybersecurity is Top Concern for 2020 Census

November 1 The Census Bureau has only tested four of 43 systems needed for the 2020 Census.

Lawmakers Back Down from Pushing NIST into Cyber Auditing Role

October 31 The cyber standards agency will now assist inspectors general in cyber audits.

Bill Calls on Public to Hack Election System

October 31 It’s not clear if the contest will include prize money or be a formal bug bounty program.

Trump’s GSA Nominee Gets One Step Closer to Confirmation

October 31 Senate panel unanimously approves Hill staff veteran Emily Murphy.

What to Watch for When America’s Tech Giants Testify on Russian Hacking Today

October 31 Until now, the companies have been tight-lipped about political manipulation on their platforms.

What’s the Federal Government’s Role in Smart Cities?

October 30 A D.C. research and advocacy group says high tech infrastructure can’t be just a local project.

DHS is Too Slow to Share Cyber Threat Info, Companies Say

October 30 Homeland Security threat information is too slow to arrive and sometimes outdated, three out of six industry representatives said.

The Networking Faux Pas Almost Everyone Makes

October 30 Success often hinges on our ability to make connections with people we don’t yet know.

Who Are Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, the Trump Associates Charged in the FBI’s Russia Investigation?

October 30 The two arrests are expected to the be first of many in the FBI’s investigation.

A New Type of Leader is Emerging in Silicon Valley

October 29 Steady and measured, but effective.