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Air Force Research Lab seeks new algorithms to enhance space situational awareness

The Air Force Research Laboratory is looking for new machine learning and high-performance computing capabilities that could improve the U.S. military’s situational awareness of potential threats in the space domain. Jon Harper has the story.

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White House CX adviser: Technologists need a voice at highest levels of federal agency decision-making

Technologists must be included at the highest level of government agency decision-making to ensure American citizens get the best possible customer service, according to Digital Experience Adviser to the Chief Information Officer Noreen Hecmanczuk. John Hewitt Jones has details.

NIST post-quantum algorithm candidate's future uncertain, with second attack proposed

Researchers from the University of Bristol on Monday proposed an attack on SIKE they say “significantly reduces” the security of the algorithm by solving it with torsion. Dave Nyczepir has the details.

National Center for Health Statistics targeting fall launch of virtual data enclave

The National Center for Health Statistics is testing a virtual data enclave internally to make its sensitive data available to more researchers, with plans to onboard select pilot projects in the fall, according to its Research Data Center director. Dave Nyczepir has this also.

FTC will explore new privacy rules to protect consumers from 'hackers and data thieves'

The Federal Trade Commission will explore new rules to crack down on commercial surveillance practices that put Americans’ data at risk of falling into the hands of “hackers and data thieves,” the agency announced Thursday. Tonya Riley has the story for CyberScoop.

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