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Cyber security efforts won’t necessarily fall victim to budget cuts, says intel official

In remarks at the SINET D.C. Showcase in Washington on Oct. 25, Stephanie O’Sullivan, principal deputy director of National Intelligence at ODNI said although the threat from deep budget cuts in the new year are another game-changer for U.S. intelligence and Cyber security, her agency remains committed to maintaining and advancing some core capabilities and research.
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Intel Community Seeks New Partnerships

One of the strengths of the intelligence community is that the people within it have a tremendous spectrum of backgrounds, the principal deputy director of national intelligence told attendees at the Security Innovation Network 2012 conference here today.

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Paul M. Abbate Named Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Counterterrorism Division, Washington Field Office

Director Robert S. Mueller, III has named Paul M. Abbate special agent in charge of the FBI Counterterrorism Division at the Washington Field Office.
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UCLA Engineering Team Receives IARPA Funding

A team of four UCLA electrical engineering professors -- Lara Dolecek, Danijela Cabric, Greg Pottie, and Mani Srivastava -- has received a competitive $500,000 seed contract for work with the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA ) to improve the safety of large-scale information systems.
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New Graduate Program Helps Intel Officers Study Emerging Threats

A new graduate program approved by Education Secretary Arne Duncan will help intelligence officers to study and research a growing range of emerging threats, DIA officials said today.
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