Technology

Competition is gold medal investment policy

The 2016 Summer Olympics will be remembered for some dominating performances. From Simone Biles and Katie Ledecky, to Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt. While we saw many of the favorites run away with gold, at no point were we subjected to...
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Election components as critical infrastructure

On June 6, 1968, the day after Robert Kennedy’s assassination, Congress took action to protect the integrity of American political process. By passing House Joint Resolution 1292, lawmakers extended Secret Service protection to major presidential...

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Still waiting for humans on Mars

For over 50 years the United States has talked about sending humans to explore the planet Mars.  Landing humans on Mars has been an integral goal of U.S. space policy for many years, and the Red Planet has garnered more interest and...

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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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