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The Israeli government has reauthorized the General Security Agency to share metadata with the Ministry of Health for the purpose of combating the coronavirus.
As the pandemic goes on, lawsuits in federal courts have proliferated across the country challenging the inadequate response of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to the spread of the coronavirus.
The Cyber Solarium Commission’s new white paper explores what the coronavirus can teach us about how to prepare for a major cyber attack. But it also highlights cybersecurity principles that would have been and are relevant to responding to the current pandemic.
The administration’s floundering response to the pandemic, along with its efforts to limit oversight through existing mechanisms, provides ample evidence of the need for a congressional probe.
If Joe Biden wins the November election, Americans will likely see a reversion to a more traditional approach to the presidency. What might that mean in the field of U.S. national security?
The FBI and CISA are worried about intellectual property theft of coronavirus vaccines and treatments. But to develop cures quickly, the scientific community needs to think cooperatively.
If Congress is serious about bending the curve, it shouldn’t allow people to opt out of effective disease-surveillance programs.
Russia initially seemed largely unscathed by the pandemic. But the virus has since arrived in full force. How has the country responded?