Monthly Archives: April 2020

After “significant cyber issues”, NAVSEA responds – Breaking the defense Breaking the defense

A submarine undergoes maintenance at the government-owned Norfolk Shipyard. WASHINGTON: Huge Navy branch responsible for building, repairing, supplying and maintaining the service’s 292 warships embarks on new effort to plug holes in their networks, months after a scathing Navy-wide internal report that revealed the service is not functioning having its …

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5 cyber issues that the coronavirus is laying bare

As more American schools and businesses close their doors, the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic is helping to expose society’s reliance — good and bad — on the digital world. Whole sections of society, including the courses we teach at American University, moved online until the path was cleared. While large …

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