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Intel Community Grapples With Key Open Source Intel

Posted by Barry Rosenberg on


“In our defeat-ISIS activities, we’ve had a struggle and presently continue to struggle with the challenge of open source and publicly available information, and how we leverage that to make it truly useful for the warfighter,” Jospeh Votel, former head of both Special Operations Command and Central Command.

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‘Golden Age Of SIGINT May Be Over’: New Encryption Foils IC Eavesdropping

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


“End-to-end encryption of all communications and data, differential privacy, and secure communications for all users are likely to be the new reality,” says a new DARPA-funded study.

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DISA Seeks Encryption That Quantum Computers Can’t Break

Posted by Barry Rosenberg on


DISA will use OTA contracting to develop an encryption model that can’t be broken by quantum computers.

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HAC Pumps Up NIST Research On Emerging Tech

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


House Appropriators add millions of dollars to the National Institute of Standards & Technology’s work on AI, cybersecurity, quantum computing, 3D printing, and 5G telecommunications.

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GAO Decision Threatens US Military Dominance; Reject It

Posted by Bill Greenwalt on


Bill Greenwalt is sort of the Pied Piper of military acquisition policy. Where he leads, others often follow. After he wrote a series of op-eds for Breaking Defense recommending major changes to the Pentagon’s acquisition system, Sen. John McCain lured Bill back to his old job at the Senate Armed Services Committee. Greenwalt rewrote the laws, shaking up Defense Department acquisition. Bill is back, pointing to new acquisition problems, this latest one with his former employer — the Government Accountability Office. It’s a doozy, as you’ll see.

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US Sounds Alarms Over Chinese Tech, IP Thefts & Espionage

Posted by Paul McLeary on


The alarm bells are going off all over Washington and Silicon Valley that Chinese startup investors are coming — and are pumping their money into tech startups at a pace that is making Congress stand up and take notice. Just this week, President Donald Trump cited national security concerns when he blocked Singapore-based Broadcom’s proposed… Keep reading →

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Tighten Monitoring Of Chinese Investments, Experts Tell HASC

Posted by Colin Clark on


WASHINGTON:  As China forges ahead trying to grab the head of the technology table by throwing money, policy and people at quantum computing and artificial intelligence, the US should carefully watch what companies China invests in or tries to buy. Those were the conclusions of three of the top China and technology experts in Washington… Keep reading →

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