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NASA wants to hack its way against coronavirus

For years, NASA has been inviting coders and scientists to an annual hackathon called Space Apps. This year it is aimed at the coronavirus.

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‘Unprecedented, almost incomprehensible’ technological change making cyber more complicated for IC

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Breaches bring lessons for the intelligence community

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This image made available by NASA shows an illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). Scheduled for an April 2018 launch, the spacecraft will prowl for planets around the closest, brightest stars. These newfound worlds eventually will become prime targets for future telescopes looking to tease out any signs of life. (NASA via AP)

Commercialization of geospatial intelligence means agencies will have to innovate, adapt

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IC faces human capital challenges like any component of government

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Trump will kick-start upcoming security clearance modernization with new national security memo

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Sen. Warner: Intelligence community feels ‘under assault’

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Intelligence community laying foundation for AI data analysis

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Former intelligence IGs express support for whistleblower process, call integrity key

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Space Command

‘Tectonic shift’ of Space Command has intelligence community feeling aftershocks

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NSA develops online cybersecurity course to educate employees, private sector

The NSA helped create a resource for non-cyber workforces to educate themselves and others about real-world cybersecurity issues and implications.

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DIA looks to data interoperability to combat misinformation

DIA’s problem is not operating at speed, it’s operating at scale.

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NGEN

How Leidos and the Air Force are building for a software-defined world

Lt. Gen. Bill Bender discussed where the Air Force is headed to accommodate the 21st networked century, and how Leidos is helping it get there.

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