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The Computer That Predicted the U.S. Would Win the Vietnam War

October 6 A cautionary tale about the dangers of big data

Border Security Markup Includes Smart Wall Provisions

October 5 Rep. Will Hurd’s efforts to incorporate more technology into a proposed wall along the U.S. and Mexico border appears to be underway.

Report: Russian Hackers Used Kaspersky Anti-virus to Steal NSA Hacking Tools

October 5 It’s not clear if Kaspersky knowingly assisted the theft.

House Bill Starts Internet Surveillance Debate, Round 2

October 5 The bill would rein in surveillance authorities but is still opposed by civil liberties groups.

Senate Intel Leaders Slam DHS Communication with State Election Officials

October 4 An intelligence policy bill would mandate security clearances for top state election officials to aid cyber information sharing.

The Pentagon Has the World’s Largest Logistics Problem. Blockchain Can Help

October 4 DoD should join other logistics-heavy organizations in experimenting with the cryptography-messaging-accounting technology that powers Bitcoin.

DARPA-Funded Radar Lets Planes See Through Smoke and Clouds

October 3 A promising approach to a decades-old quandary: how to get a clear field of view to the ground?

The Scariest Part of Facebook’s Safety Check in a Mass Shooting

October 2 Facebook’s algorithms do not favor original reporting.

Soon, DHS Will Have Eyes on Computer Vulnerabilities Across the Government

September 29 A governmentwide software dashboard is launching next month.

Social Media is ‘First Tool’ of 21st-Century Warfare, Lawmaker Says

September 28 And buying Facebook ads is much cheaper than an F-35 fighter jet, said Sen. Mark Warner.