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If the worst happens, cyber Guard and Reserve troops could help repair networks, fight intruders and get infrastructure running again. But not without changes.
By Mark Pomerleau
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The Senate minority leader said the U.S. needs to "respond in kind" to a newly disclosed cyberespionage campaign that targeted government agencies by exploiting SolarWinds' network tool.
By Joe Gould
House lawmakers on Tuesday passed their $740.5 billion plan for the annual defense authorization bill, including provisions for a hefty military pay raise next year, new restrictions on the president’s war powers and requirements that the Defense Department rename bases honoring Confederate leaders.
Disinformation campaigns such as the "Plandemic" video erodes trust in the American government and encourages health decisions that endanger us all, says the author of this commentary.
By Kristofer Goldsmith