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US government is ‘exceptionally vulnerable’ to cyberattacks, security expert says

The United States is “vulnerable” to cybersecurity attacks and need to step up their defense mechanisms, the co-founder of the computer security firm CrowdStrike told CNBC Saturday. Recent cyberattacks, including NotPetya last June, have been devastating to American companies, causing them hundreds of millions

John Kelly overhauls White House security clearances

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly is overhauling the Trump administration’s security clearance process for staff. The decision comes in the wake of the Rob Porter scandal and amid reports that dozens of White House officials, including Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, still lack long-term security clearances

Theresa May wants new security treaty with EU next year

Theresa May wants to leave the EU’s common foreign and security policy as early as next year, but would show flexibility around the UK’s red lines to secure a new security treaty. There is no reason why we should not agree distinct agreements for our

Britain’s productivity problem begins in the bedroom

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Two-bedroom Cape Cod includes room to grow

Oversized 2-car, detached garage has covered porch Contributing Writer Sitting up three steps from the sidewalk along the one-way avenue of the Dayton Eastern Hills neighborhood is this aluminum and frame Cape Cod. Listed for $49,900 by Domescik and Associates Inc., the two-bedroom home,

Consumer products’ air quality impact ‘underestimated’

US research has found that chemicals in everyday household products are now a key contributor to city air pollution, rivalling some vehicle emissions. The study, led from Colorado University, focussed on so-called volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These are contained in petroleum-based products such as

There’s Already a Leather Coaster to Protect Your Furniture From the HomePod

It only took one day—one freaking day!!—for someone to capitalize on the bizarre news that Apple’s $350 HomePod, the speaker that isn’t so smart but sounds pretty great, might wreck your wood furniture. That someone is gadget accessories maker Pad and Quill and we are just as

Greatest security threats today come from cyberattacks, Raytheon International CEO says

Hundreds of thousands of malware products designed every day: Raytheon International CEO  4 Hours Ago | 04:40 Cyber threats represent the greatest danger to the international community today, Raytheon International CEO John Harris told CNBC Friday. “(Cyber) is, I would, say one of largest and

NATO Secretary General arrives at the Munich Security Conference

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg arrived in Germany today (16 February) to participate in the Munich Security Conference. He will give a speech on the future of NATO and European security, as well as nuclear challenges. The Conference follows meetings of NATO Defence Ministers

Munich Security Conference Opens With World On ‘Brink Of Significant Conflict’

MUNICH — The battered relations between Russia and the West is once again be at the forefront as senior officials gather for a high-profile annual security conference whose chairman warns that the world has moved toward “the brink of a significant conflict.” This year’s