Topic: security

Miller ’19: Secrecy reigns in U.S. intelligence

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Miller ’19: Secrecy reigns in U.S. intelligence

October 2, 2018 0 comments

In a post-9/11 world, in pursuit of its mission to thwart terrorism in the United States and ensure national security, U.S. intelligence agencies have become larger, more complex and, if possible, even more secretive.

Seny Kamara, associate professor of computer science, served on the committee that discussed cybersecurity issues in the 21st century.

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Report explores solutions to encryption debate

March 20, 2018 0 comments

In the wake of the 2015 San Bernardino terror attack, the nation witnessed a new and unfamiliar debate when the FBI — in possession of the shooter’s encrypted iPhone 5c — tried to compel Apple to provide “exceptional access” to the phone’s encrypted contents.

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University, security contractor sued for gender bias, negligent hiring

September 26, 2017 3 comments

A former security guard with a University contractor filed a lawsuit against the company and her supervisor for gender-based discrimination and retaliation.