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Apple's refusal to unlock terrorist's phone exposes rift with FBI

February 17, 2016

Privacy advocates have applauded Apple CEO Tim Cook's decision to oppose a court order demanding that the company help the FBI access data on a terrorist's phone, but cybersecurity experts worry the defiance could set a dangerous precedent for future investigations.

Obama wants commission to fix nation's cyber woes

February 09, 2016

The Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity will recommend ways to strengthen the country's cybersecurity, but it will report only days before the president leaves office.

Center Announces New Project on Active Defense Against Cyber Threats

February 04, 2016

Update (10/31/2016): Final Project Report has been released, now available here.

Breaking the Cybersecurity Glass Ceiling

February 01, 2016

When it comes to talent, the security industry and the business world are missing out on an under-tapped source.

Seeds of Terror: Analyzing extremism in France

January 18, 2016

CBSN takes a deeper look at extremism in France and the spread of ISIS, particularly in the suburbs of Paris. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers hosts a panel discussion with the founder of mYgration.com Felix Marquardt; adjunct senior fellow for the Council on Foreign Relations Farah Pandith; former CIA operative Mike Baker; and the director of the Cyber and Homeland Security Center at George Washington University, Frank Cilluffo.

Seeds of Terror: Analyzing ISIS threat in U.S.

January 18, 2016

Could the same kind of radicalization of youth in Paris happen in the U.S.? CBSN takes a closer look at the threat of ISIS in the U.S. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers hosts a panel discussion with the founder of mYgration.com Felix Marquardt; adjunct senior fellow for the Council on Foreign Relations Farah Pandith; former CIA operative Mike Baker; and the director of the Cyber and Homeland Security Center at George Washington University, Frank Cilluffo.

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