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Nominee says a cyber war in and of itself would not exist, but more likely would be a part of a larger military campaign.
Some countries are concerned about the buzz around Buzz. Learn more in today's cybersecurity update.
Digital copiers pose security danger, 'kindergarten hacker' cracks teacher's password
Learn why in today's cybersecurity update.
As cybersecurity grows in importance to national security, the nation's three major military academies are teaching students how to be effective cyber warriors, both by defending and attacking computer systems. Andrew Phillips, the Naval Academy's chief academic officer, said the computer science department is running its first cybersecurity course for students who are not computer science majors.
USNA creates Center for Cyber Security Studies, McAfee Cybercrime Fighter Award goes to an FBI fed
Rep. Hal Rogers (R-Ky.) explains why he thinks cutting funding to certain cybersecurity programs might not be such a good idea.
Learn more in today's cybersecurity update.
NSA opens up to Maryland contractors, Cyber Command nominee says policies aren't clear