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Backlash Should Not Result in Curbing Drone Strikes, Report Says (Subscription Required)

June 21, 2012

In the HSPI brief, institute Director Frank Cilluffo and Senior Fellow Clinton Watts say the U.S. needs to prioritize the minimization of civilian deaths, avoid striking at targets using unconfirmed intelligence and acknowledge that al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula cannot be defeated solely through the use of drones. Subscription required.

House Panel Probes Chinese Telecoms

June 18, 2012

A House Intelligence Committee investigation into the Chinese communications firms Huawei and ZTE is putting the spotlight on a gap in U.S. cybersecurity: the lack of a security standards policy for Chinese telecom equipment.

Cybersecurity Poll: Americans Divided over Government Requirements on Companies

June 07, 2012

Americans are divided about what role, if any, Washington should play in setting and enforcing cybersecurity standards for companies that provide critical services such as electricity and banking, according to a new Washington Post poll.

DHS Monitoring Social Media (VIDEO)

June 02, 2012

The Department of Homeland Security is keeping close tabs on social media, looking for numerous words in particular that might implicate people as security risks. Video.

More Foreign Powers Focusing on Cyberwar (VIDEO)

June 01, 2012

Director Frank J. Cilluffo discussed international cyber capabilities and the U.S. infrastructure's vulnerability to cyberattacks with CNN. Video.

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