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Arise News: 03/04

Truman Project Fellow Bob Stasio discusses “Cuban Twitter,” the potential intentions behind the “Cuban Twitter” and the cybersecurity ramifications. Listen to the interview (Bob Stasio’s segment begins at 24:45)  

Rogers: a Good Choice for NSA

This morning, the Senate Armed Service Committee (SASC) will conduct a hearing to consider Vice Admiral Michael Rogers as NSA Director and Commander, U.S. Cyber Command.  The selection of a military career cryptologist and sustainment of the “NSA-U.S. Cyber Command” dual hat role are deeply beneficial for the nation’s cyber security. The choice of Vice […]

National Journal: White House Unveils Guide to Thwart Hackers

In this article about the release of the President’s Cybersecurity Framework, a quote is featured from a Center For National Policy Cybersecurity event. The Homeland Security Department will also develop a program to try to incentivize companies to follow the rules. Phyllis Schneck, DHS deputy undersecretary for cybersecurity, said Monday morning during an event at […]

Foreign Policy Association: GailForce: Latest Information from the Military on Its Cyberspace Operations Part One

Truman Project Senior Fellow Gail Harris writes about the Cyberspace Symposium 2014 and it’s insights into the future of military cybersecurity. Last week I attended the Cyberspace Symposium 2014 in Colorado Springs.  The topic was:  Managing Cyber Chaos:  Integrating education, industry and government into the anarchy of the virtual world.  I thought it was an excellent venue […]

Tech Crunch: White House Unveils Cybersecurity Plan For Big Firms, Looks To Silicon Valley Next

Quotes from the Center For National Policy’s cybersecurity panel are used in this article about the new cybersecurity plan from the White House. “I would like to use this framework as a catalyst to — and we’re looking at this already — address that with the executives and the technologists out on that (West) Coast, […]

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