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International Developments Back TSA Risk-Based Security Moves, Pistole Says

May 30, 2013

John Pistole emphasized that the nature of the primary threat against US aircraft -- improvised explosive devices (IEDs) -- and the need for international cooperation to defeat plots uncovered by intelligence justify a recent TSA decision to synchronize items prohibited onboard US airliners with the international community and to allow small knives onboard commercial airplanes.

Designs of Weapons Systems Breached by Chinese Hackers

May 28, 2013

In a blow to the US defense industry, Chinese hackers have reportedly stolen confidential details on highly-sensitive advanced weapons systems, including missile defenses, fighter jets and combat ships.

Major U.S. Weapons Compromised by Chinese Hackers

May 28, 2013

A previously undisclosed portion of a U.S. Defense report lists the specific weapons system designs that it says have been at least partially compromised by Chinese hackers -- from the most advanced fighter plane in history to America's missile defense systems.

GWU Targets Cybersecurity

May 20, 2013

Since his arrival as dean in 2010, Doug Guthrie has tried to make the most of his business school's Washington location. By focusing on subjects such as healthcare, which involves collaboration from business and government, he hopes to set the George Washington University School of Business apart from its peers.

Espionage and Sabotage in the Virtual World

May 19, 2013

The growing threat of cyber attacks has captured the attention of governments and boardrooms worldwide. They have a shared interest in tackling the myriad established and nascent online threats. These range from espionage - the theft of intellectual property through spyware - to sabotage, through the import of malware to their systems.

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