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Shuren Qin a lawful permanent resident of the US shared a plethora of anti-submarine technology to China.
The Department of Defense intends to pump $1.75 billion into Artificial Intelligence efforts over six years.
12 members of Russian military intelligence were indicted for hacking associated with the 2016 elections.
For veterans interested in learning how to code websites without spending 18 months or more going to school, there is a new VA-approved 14-week immersive program just for veterans called Code Platoon.
The Department of Commerce is moving to help the Chinese telecom giant resume U.S. operations, but the deal faces bipartisan opposition in the Senate.
You’ll notice that none of the certifications listed will necessarily limit you to a specific niche. Rather, they all combine to make for a solid foundation to your career in IT and one you can easily build on in the years to come.
Yesterday the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence unanimously passed a bill that would reform the security clearance process. But will it actually work?
Congress is intimidated by cybersecurity issues and has no cyber “line in the sand” with actors like Russia and China. Sen. Mark Warner says this will handicap the US in 21st century warfare.
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