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Mashable contacted the Syrian Electronic Army for an extensive email interview -- here's what transpired.

Interviews: Listen to these interviews to see how interest in STEM subjects can lead to a rewarding career in the mining industry.    Exploration Geologist, Mining Engineer, Reclamationist, Health and Safety. Science, technology, engineering and math.  Professionals.  Careers in mining offer the option of world travel, good income and the opportunity to make a difference.

Careers In Mining

Podcasting is having a tremendous year. Pew Research reports that 17 percent of all Americans over age 12 were listening to podcasts in January a two percent increase in just one year and nearly double the number in

eWeek - Industry Vies for Federal Network Monitoring Contracts:   The U.S. government's push to improve the security of its civilian, intelligence and military agencies has attracted enormous interest from the security industry, with almost two dozen teams of companies competing for a piece of a $6 billion budget over the next five years for deploying systems that will continuously monitor the security status of networks and systems.

Security Industry Vies for Federal Network Monitoring Contracts

ZDNet - NATO agrees to boost cyber defenses, argues over how:  NATO ministers agreed June 4 that cybersecurity measures need to be strengthened, but are not so sure about what and who needs defense the most, and smaller allies less able to protect themselves remain of concern.

NATO agrees to boost cyber defenses, argues over how

ZDNet - NATO agrees to boost cyber defenses, argues over how: NATO ministers agreed June 4 that cybersecurity measures need to be strengthened, but are not so sure about what and who needs defense the most, and smaller allies less able to protect themselves remain of concern.

WSJ: Risk & Compliance - Adobe Shares Cybersecurity Lessons: Adobe Systems Inc. says it has learned a lot about creating secure code since 2008, when cyberattackers began to target its software to infiltrate corporate networks in a series of highly-publicized attacks.  #cybersecurity #adobe #infosec

Adobe Shares Cybersecurity Lessons

Adobe Systems Inc. says it has learned a lot about creating secure code since when cyberattackers began to target its software to infiltrate corporate networks in a series of highly-publicized attacks.

Federal News Radio - Hackers break into Energy's computer networks, put employees at risk:   More than 14,000 current and former Energy Department employees are at risk of identity theft. For a second time this year, DoE confirmed hackers broke into its unclassified computer network in late July, which disclosed employees' personally identifiable information (PII).

Christopher Flynn, president and CEO of the PenFed Foundation, spoke to Federal News Radio this morning about The Defenders Lodge. You can listen to the interview online here!

"If you spend more on coffee than on #ITsecurity, you will be hacked.  What's more, you deserve to be hacked."  - Richard Clarke #SecurityPOV

"If you spend more on coffee than on you will be hacked. What's more, you deserve to be hacked.

Next Gov - DISA Plans To Tap Seven to 10 Vendors for Commercial Cloud Buy:  The Defense Information Systems Agency is looking to award seven to 10 contracts for its $450 million commercial cloud buy announced in June. DISA said it would consider offers that include a mix of public clouds or private clouds dedicated to its use, but not cloud storage outside the U.S. DISA plans to release the final commercial cloud RFP on Aug. 26.

Will Crowdfunding Legislation affect your non-profit? A pretty good explanation through graphics. (SEC Decision on Crowdfunding: Will It Affect Nonprofit Fundraising?

Gov Info Security -- 6 ways to reform FISMA without new law [Audio]:    Getting inspectors general and agencies' IT security heads to agree on how best to evaluate information security should strengthen federal agencies' risk management frameworks, say former OMB leaders Karen Evans and Franklin Reeder in a paper they co-authored for SafeGov proposing six policy changes.

Getting inspectors general and agencies' IT security heads to agree on how best to evaluate information security should strengthen U.

Nanowires could boost solar power 15X - Computerworld

Nanowires could boost solar power 15X - Computerworld

Why women quit technology careers More than half of the women in science, engineering and IT leave the field at midcareer.

How to protect our electric grid - Cyber threats to critical infrastructure are important to our national security, and there is evidence that energy systems, in particular, are becoming a popular target. To address new and evolving threats of cyber attacks on the grid, the Bipartisan Policy Center convened an expert advisory group led by former CIA and NSA chief  Hayden to develop policy approaches that would improve protection of the grid and increase preparedness in the case of an attack.

How to protect our electric grid: Column

GCN - Cybereye (blog) -- Cyber attacks shift from agencies to IT suppliers:          Attacks against government systems dropped sharply in 2012 compared with the year before, according to the latest Internet Security Threat Report from Symantec, but that does not mean that the pressure is off. Attackers are just changing their tactics by targeting upstream companies in the government supply chain. #cybersecurity

Although direct attacks against agency systems have decreased, attackers appear to be targeting upstream companies to get around government defenses, Symantec says.

NoVA Infosec -- FISMA reloaded: Is a makeover in near future?:    The new FISMA reform bill dictates the need for continuous monitoring of government systems and more frequent threat assessments. This approach would be a departure from the current model – a static "checklist" methodology for configuring networks and updating software.

NoVA Infosec -- FISMA reloaded: Is a makeover in near future?: The new FISMA reform bill dictates the need for continuous monitoring of government systems and more frequent threat assessments. This approach would be a departure from the current model – a static "checklist" methodology for configuring networks and updating software.

Reuters - Ministers to meet to review NATO's cyber defenses:  NATO systems face "regular" computer attacks, and electronic attacks could be used to knock out military communications and disable key infrastructure to soften a country up for a conventional military strike.

Ministers to meet to review NATO's cyber defenses

Reuters - Ministers to meet to review NATO's cyber defenses: NATO systems face "regular" computer attacks, and electronic attacks could be used to knock out military communications and disable key infrastructure to soften a country up for a conventional military strike.

Uber's Corner Store delivery service takes aim at Amazon in Washington, DC - http://www.aivanet.com/2014/08/ubers-corner-store-delivery-service-takes-aim-at-amazon-in-washington-dc/

Uber Corner Store Turns The Transit App Into A Delivery Service For Daily Staples

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