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Defense Would Keep State in the Loop Under New “Notifications” Agreement

Agencies within the Biden administration have reportedly reached an agreement that would give the State Department more input into “third-party notifications”: when—and if—the U.S....

White House Directive Promotes Quantum Computing for Cyber Infrastructure

On Tuesday, the White House issued two new directives aimed at incorporating quantum computing technology into U.S. cybersecurity infrastructure and policy. The directives establish...

White House Zero Trust Program Could Fail to Come Together

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Solarium Chairs, Cyber Commander Argue to Keep DoD Cyber Authorities

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White House Proposal to Scale Back Trump-Era DoD Cyber Authorities Renews Debate

Following reports that the Biden administration is reconsidering a policy instituted four years ago, which allows the DoD and Cyber Command to launch cyber-ops...

White House Budget Offers Some Specifics on Cyber Policy

The White House's FY2023 budget proposes an 11 percent increase to agency cybersecurity budgets, but a deeper dive into the spending blueprint reveals additional...

Community-Level Water Cybersecurity is a Growing Issue

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White House Budget Requests Big Boost for Cyber Spending in FY2023

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Biden Issues Strong Warning on Potential for Russian Cyberattacks

On Monday, President Joe Biden issued a new warning about the increased potential for cyberattacks against United States interests, due to tensions between Russia...