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Winter is here: The cyber cold war is no longer a secret

When Russia placed nuclear missiles in Cuba in 1962, they were baiting the U.S. to retaliate with full-scale nuclear war—and it nearly worked. More than 50 years later, we’re reaching a similar position. We’re at the edge of a balancing...

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What happened at the G7 cybersecurity summit?

Recently representatives of the G7 Roma Lyon Group, an organization of senior security experts from the countries of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States gathered in Berlin, Germany to talk about one of...

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Obfuscation. Delay. Excuses.

It's frankly the Google and Big Cable way to slow-roll the progress of consumer-oriented technology they don't like.

Case in point: The proposed deployment of LTE-Unlicensed (LTE-U).

LTE-U is a technology designed to give...

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America’s cyber security still lacking

On July 26, President Barack Obama signed the United States Cyber Incident Coordination policy directive to help outline a response plan when our country is targeted through cyber attacks. The new policy was signed without much fanfare, thanks to...

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Policy protection of IP critical to nation's competitiveness

The health of American manufacturing – the jobs it creates and the products it produces – has long been a benchmark to gauge our nation’s economic prowess. But if we want this sector to thrive, policymakers must do more to accelerate the...

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Privacy shield attracts strong company support

Aug. 1 marks the beginning of a more stable and secure era for trans-Atlantic data transfers. It's the day Privacy Shield, a new agreement between the United States and the European Union, takes effect. And it’s off to a good start, with a...

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