cybersecurity

We Must Never Again Underestimate Our Enemy

By on September 8, 2021
We Must Never Again Underestimate Our Enemy

by ANDREW R. GARBARINO

We downplayed the threat of terrorism 20 years ago and Americans paid the price with their lives. This is a mistake that we cannot repeat if we hope to prevent future attacks.

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Ripon Profile of Peter Meijer

By on July 25, 2021
Ripon Profile of Peter Meijer

The first-term Congressman from Michigan’s 3rd District discusses American politics today and the top issues facing the United States.

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Homeland Security is not a Partisan Issue. It’s an American Imperative.

By on March 17, 2021
Homeland Security is not a Partisan Issue. It’s an American Imperative.

by JOHN KATKO

Simply being vigilant is no longer enough. Today’s threat environment demands a posture of unwavering resilience. It also requires partnerships across industries and party lines.

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THE NEW OFFENSIVE

By on September 20, 2018
THE NEW OFFENSIVE

by MIKE ROUNDS

America has played defense long enough when it comes to cybersecurity. In the face of an increasing multitude of threats, it is time to go on offense.

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Elevating Cyber Command:

By on September 20, 2018
Elevating Cyber Command:

by THOMAS SPOEHR & JAMES DI PANE

The elevation of CYBERCOM earlier this year is a move whose time has definitely come. In fact, the only possible criticism could be: “What took you so long?”

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The Magnitude of the Cyber Threat Facing America

By on September 20, 2018
The Magnitude of the Cyber Threat Facing America

by FRANK CILLUFFO

With an estimated 40 billion new devices expected to be interconnected by 2020, the American people — and the U.S. economy — are more vulnerable than ever before to a cyber attack.

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Defending the Grid

By on September 20, 2018
Defending the Grid

by TOM KUHN

With cyber threats continuing to grow and evolve, the public & private sector are working together to protect America’s supply of electric power.

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Closing the Federal Cyber Workforce Gap

By on September 20, 2018
Closing the Federal Cyber Workforce Gap

by MAX STIER

A recent OMB report highlighted the fact that Three quarters of federal agencies lack the capability “to effectively detect data exfiltration attempts and respond to cybersecurity incidents.”

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Paper Ballots & Election Security:

By on September 20, 2018
Paper Ballots & Election Security:

by PHILIP STUPAK

Eliminating the human element from filling out paper ballots is as essential to election security as ensuring election machines produce a voter verifiable paper ballot.

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Safeguarding the Mid-Terms

By on September 20, 2018
Safeguarding the Mid-Terms

by KYLE CHANCE

There’s a mixed bag of actions being taken by election officials in states across the country in order to mitigate the infiltration of election systems during the 2018 mid-terms.

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