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UW-Whitewater has received a nearly $2 million grant to implement a cybersecurity apprenticeship program.

GM prioritizes cybersecurity with internal training and bug bounties

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Proud to work with @lisamurkowski  & @Sen_JoeManchin  on crucial provisions to increase cybersecurity, modernize our electric grid, and create new clean energy jobs. This legislation shows what we can achieve when we work across the aisle to solve America’s most urgent challenges.

The Panda Security Summit 2020 will present the Five Big Cybersecurity Challenges#PASS2020 ➡️ Get your free ticket with this code (joinPASS2020) on the registration website➡️

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As Las Cruces Public Schools and Gadsden Independint School District spend millions to clean up after ransomware attacks, cybersecurity experts report that attacks on U.S. public schools tripled in 2019.

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BREAKING: The House just voted to safeguard our elections. The SAFE Act will: ?️Replace outdated & vulnerable voting equipment ?Mandate paper ballot voting & post-election audits ?Create strict cybersecurity requirements for voting systems 2020 is coming. Let’s be prepared.

VERY IRONIC: "In 2010 video, Clinton lectured underlings on cybersecurity and guarding ‘sensitive information’"

Trump has authorized $20B for an aircraft carrier, money the Navy hoped to boost cybersecurity. He is spending billions on vanity projects (walls, aircraft carriers, jets, etc), while turning a blind eye to defending against another cyberattack.

'Presidential Executive Order on Strengthening the Cybersecurity of Federal Networks and Critical Infrastructure' ➡️

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Seems like a lot of the cybersecurity breaches happened under Obama and then have stopped. Why aren't Brennan, Morrell, Lynch, Holder, or Comey being asked or investigated about this?

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New ebola outbreak -- white house eliminates job of top official working on ebola. They kill iran nuke deal -- then zero out staffing on iran nuke proliferation. Now, after 2016 attack -- they kill top cybersecurity job just in time for 2018 midterms.

"Let’s not forget that in January 2017, a week before his presidential inauguration, Donald Trump announced that Giuliani would advise the incoming White House on cybersecurity issues."

Huh, I wonder why they would do that?: Obama's cybersecurity coordinator confirms Susan Rice ordered him to 'stand down' on Russian meddling

I can’t stress this enough. Eliminating the top White House cybersecurity official is a tremendously bad idea.

BREAKING: Cybersecurity firm says Russia-linked hackers are laying groundwork to spy on US Senate staff.

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