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Lawmakers Push to Make US Cyber Command a Top Military Command

cyber-operations-centerOfficials and business leaders in Maryland are backing a proposal to elevate U.S. Cyber Command to a unified combatant command — one of 10 charged with carrying out missions around the world — a move they hope will bring prestige and more jobs to the state. Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger praised the idea on the […]

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In funding fight, school counselors now push for themselves – Education Week

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DA to push for life sentences in child abuse cases

19th Judicial Circuit District Attorney Randall Houston will ask the Alabama Legislature to increase the possible penalty for Aggravated Child Abuse for a child under six years of age to life in prison when it convenes for its regular session in February.

“I stood in court last week to oppose a bond request made by a mother who, along with her boyfriend, heinously abused her four-year-old son to the point that he was near death,” Houston said. “As I looked that defendant in the eye and thought of the ways she and her boyfriend had abused her own son, I realized that the current penalties for such monstrous acts are inadequate and must be toughened so those who commit them can stare at the four cold walls of a prison cell for the rest of their lives.

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Big Push to Fight Against Tax-Related Identity Theft

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Big Push to Fight Against Tax-Related Identity Theft

Identitiy fraud. Not a day goes by, it seems, without someone reporting identity fraud to their local authorities. The number of incidents is on the rise in all communities across the country, and here in Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Department of Revenue, the Internal Revenue Service, state tax administrators and the private-sector tax industry, recently announced the launch of the “Taxes. Security. Together.” campaign, which aims to continue to encourage more people to protect their personal and financial data online and at home. “Not only have we continuously redoubled our anti-fraud efforts, we have in the past welcomed every opportunity to join forces with others to fight the ever-growing issues of identity fraud,” stated Mass DOR. Source: http://patch.com/massachusetts/wrentham/big-push-fight-against-tax-related-identity-theft-0

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Terror attacks push CIB’s focus towards transnational crimes

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Terror attacks push CIB’s focus towards transnational crimes

The deadly terrorist attacks in Paris on Nov 13 have persuaded the Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) to step up its work in suppressing transnational crimes. The police are trying to better understand how such gangs operate in Thailand, to make crime-busting efforts more effective. Information on the 18 most common types of criminalACTIVITIES perpetrated by gangs in Thailand is in the CIB’s new database and it will be used to launch a massive crackdown by the end of the year, said a police source. CIB chief Thitirach Nonghanpithak has assigned his deputy, Pol Maj Gen Chan Wimolsri, to oversee the formation of the CIB’s centre for suppression of transnational criminals. At a meeting of 11 divisions under the CIB on Nov 16, Pol Lt Gen Thitirach pointed to the necessity of improving management of the police’s database, which provides the fundamental basis for combating transnational crimes. It is not uncommon for foreign groups to commit crimes in Thailand, but there was no central criminal database to record theACTIVITIES and behaviour of suspects. Other agencies also had no information to offer the police, according to Pol Lt Gen Thitirach. However, now the database is in place, it looks certain to benefit […]

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Congress steps up push for global cyber laws

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Congress steps up push for global cyber laws

Capitol Hill is increasingly concerned about the lack of international laws governing cyber war. In the last week, a bipartisan group of lawmakers sent the State Department a letter urging greater attention to the issue and one House leader introduced a bill that would require the department to produce a comprehensive cyberspace strategy. The letter and bill could actually lead to action. The Senate’s recently-passed cybersecurity bill included a companion amendment to the House bill that would mandate a cyberspace strategy from the State Department. The much-discussed hacks last year on Sony Pictures Entertainment, blamed on North Korea, forced Congress and the government to confront a number of tough questions: How do you classify different types of cyberattacks? How and when should the government respond? The lack of a playbook in these scenarios quickly became a common topic on Capitol Hill. The catastrophic intrusions at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) this summer, which exposed over 20 million federal workers’ most sensitive information, only got more lawmakers talking about the issue. It’s believed Chinese cyber spies were behind the OPM hit, thought to be the largest government data breach of all time. Now, lawmakers are stepping up the pressure on the administration. […]

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Dems, GOP senators push cyber bill for Homeland after breach

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A bipartisan group of senators is pushing to strengthen the authority of the Homeland Security Department to thwartcyberattackson government networks and websites after a massive government data breach. Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, who has spearheaded cyber legislation in the past, led lawmakers on Wednesday in introducing a measure that would allow the Homeland secretaryto take the offensive in intrusion detection and prevention. The legislation, which could be voted on as early as the first week in August, comes after hackers stole Social Security identification numbers and other highly sensitive data from more than 21 million people. Also backing the measure are Democratic Sens. Mark Warner, Claire McCaskill and Barbara Mikulski, and Republicans Dan Coats and Kelly Ayotte. Source: WUSA9

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HackerOne raises $25 million in vulnerability management push

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HackerOne is a vulnerability disclosure and bug bounty platform connecting businesses with security researchers. Over 250 companies including Yahoo!, Adobe, DropBox, LinkedIN, Twitter and WordPress are counted as customers of the San Francisco-based firm, which has paid out roughly $3.2 million to security researchers for bug reports and has acted as the conduit for over 10,000 bug fixes. The latest $25 million finance push is led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and includes existing investor Benchmark. In addition, angel investors such as Salesforce Chairman and CEO Marc Benioff, Dropbox CEO and co-founder Drew Houston, Yelp CEO and co-founder Jeremy Stoppelman, Zenefits COO David Sacks, Riot Games CEO Brandon Beck and Berggruen Holdings Chairman Nicolas Berggruen have all contributed to the Series B funding round. HackerOne’s total funding to date has reached $34 million. Jon Sakoda, general partner at NEA, has also now joined HackerOne’s board of directors. The executive commented: “HackerOne has built an incredible platform that connects organizations with thousands of hackers worldwide to help defend enterprise and governments. Embracing the hacker community is one of the most promising opportunities in security, and I am thrilled to be part of HackerOne’s continued growth and development.” Merijn Terheggen, co-founder and […]

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Ravages of Revenge Porn Spur Federal Crime Push

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(WOMENSENEWS)– When her high school boyfriend contacted her in 2009, 19 years after they’d graduated and parted ways, Annmarie Chiarini said all of her old teenage feelings came rushing back. “It was that high school fantasy,” said Chiarini, 44, a community college English professor and single mother. “We rekindled the relationship.” They dated for about seven months, commuting between her home in Maryland and his in New Jersey, she said. During that time, Chiarini had reluctantly acquiesced to her boyfriend’s repeated requests to photograph her nude. “At the time I didn’t want to,” she said. “I thought my discomfort was body image stuff, but in hindsight I realize I didn’t trust him.” When her boyfriend began to reveal a jealous controlling side, Chiarini told him it was time to end things. That is when her nightmare started, she said. Her ex accused her of sleeping with the men he saw on her Facebook page and told her if she didn’t confess to the affairs, he’d auction her nude photos on eBay, she said. The eBay posting went up the day after he made the threat. Chiarini’s ex-boyfriend used her eBay and email accounts to tell friends and family about the […]

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Attorney general candidate Warren Tolman explains push for smart gun technology

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Attorney general candidate Warren Tolman explains push for smart gun technology

The following is a list of questions The Republican/MassLive.com sent to each attorney general candidate this election season, with their responses, verbatim, as submitted. This posts and the others like it are part of the news organization’s collective intention to […]

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