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NSA cyber chief says Ukraine war is compelling more intelligence sharing with industry

by AJ Vicens

Rob Joyce, head of the NSA Cybersecurity Directorate, said "what we know is often not sensitive, it is how we know it."

Capitol Hill riot crackdown leaves extremists searching for more secure messaging platforms, US intel memo says

by Sean Lyngaas

The bulletin shows how law enforcement officials are looking to track any efforts by far-right extremists to cloak their communications following the insurrection.

State election officials will get intelligence briefing after Iran tensions

by Sean Lyngaas

This is not a Russia-only problem,” the U.S. intelligence community's top official for election security said Tuesday.

Improve controls on classified information, inspector general tells U.S. intelligence community

by Shannon Vavra

The IC has to ramp up how it manages and mitigates "the risk that a trusted privileged user could inappropriately access, modify, destroy, or exfiltrate classified data,” a new report says.

Why businesses ignore the U.S. government's information sharing programs

by Chris Bing

Widespread over-classification of cyber threat intelligence collected by the U.S. government is causing information sharing programs between the private and public sector to be less effective, former U.S. officials say.

FireEye will provide NATO with intel about hackers

by Chris Bing

NATO, as the face of an allied Europe, faces a categorically different class of cyberthreats than nearly any other organization. Over the last several years, the alliance’s Cooperative Cyber Defense Centre of Excellence has been progressively building a network of threat intelligence partnerships that spans multiple prominent U.S. firms, including Cisco and Symantec. On Thursday, NATO signed on another partner, a firm uniquely position to provide both technical and human intelligence about hackers: FireEye.

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