Grassley, Feinstein Bill Will Continue Digital Evidence Trai…

– Sens. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) today
introduced legislation to reauthorize the National Computer Forensics
Institute, which provides training to state and local law enforcement agencies.
The National Computer Forensics Institute Reauthorization Act of 2022
builds on the Strengthening
State and Local Cyber Crime Fighting Act
of 2017, which established the
NCFI and was authored
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Veterans gain cybersecurity skills through FIU program

A Florida International University initiative is training hundreds of veterans in cybersecurity skills to boost their careers.

The Veterans and First Responders Training Initiative, supported by a grant from the National Security Agency, is a year-long cybersecurity curriculum taught by the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy, the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC)and the Global Forensic and Justice

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FIU helps local high school teachers build cybersecurity les…

FIU experts are training local high school teachers to develop cybersecurity lesson plans for their students.

The Cybernet Miami Academy is an FIU-led virtual, interactive program about digital forensics, which is the process of interpreting and uncovering electronic data. 

In the first phase of the academy this summer, high school teachers met with FIU electrical and computer engineering faculty and

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Several CS Students Earn Fellowships that Recognize Research…

Since the time she was a first-year student at Spelman College, Margie Ruffin could clearly see the impact computing had on everyday people.

Margie Ruffin

An internship with a government agency that same year helped cement this in her mind, as she worked alongside computer scientists conducting forensic analysis, reverse engineering, and security analysis. Now, as a third-year PhD student

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How Mike Kelly voted last week | Local News

WASHINGTON — Here’s a look at how U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly voted over the previous week.

Along with the week’s roll call votes, the House also passed the Quantum Computing Cybersecurity Preparedness Act (H.R. 7535), to encourage the migration of federal government information technology systems to quantum-resistant cryptography.


House Vote 1:

CARIBBEAN TIES: The House has passed

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