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Obama’s Cyber Legacy: He Did (Almost) Everything Right and It Still Turned Out Wrong

January 17 Obama took cyber seriously and tried to tame it, but we’re no safer in cyberspace today than we were eight years ago, experts tell Nextgov.

Agencies Miss—But Come Close To—Cyber Deadlines

January 13 DHS hits 93 percent deployment on its cyber protection tool Einstein 3A.

Why Is Obama Expanding Surveillance Powers Right Before He Leaves Office?

January 13 It could be to prevent Trump from extending them even more.

Defense Secretary Nominee Cautions Against ‘Stumbling’ into Cyberwar

January 12 James Mattis also said he was “philosophically OK” with elevating U.S. Cyber Command into a unified command, promising to give the matter his personal ...

The Drones of ISIS

January 12 Islamic State fighters are launching an ever-wider assortment of deadly drones, even as their UAV factories come under heavy attack.

DARPA Wants Troops to Access Multiple Security Classifications From One Device

January 12 New software could help troops share data in a secure way.

Outgoing DOD CIO Defends Pentagon's IT Modernization Efforts

January 12 DOD CIO Terry Halvorsen announced his retirement and defended the Joint Information Environment and the Joint Regional Security Stacks.

Army Wants to 3-D Print Minidrones in 24 Hours

January 11 Future soldiers will make their own eyes-in-the-sky on the go.

DHS Nominee has ‘High Confidence’ in Intel Community’s Conclusion on Russia Hacking

January 10 The statement could put Gen. John Kelly at odds with other cabinet nominees and his future president.

Senate Staffers to Assess Intel Community’s Russian Hacking Report

January 10 Congressional staffers will examine the report’s confidential sourcing to ensure it is sound.

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