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FCW: Security

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Last Build Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 00:09:05 +0200


Also in the news: McKinnon down to last chance to avoid U.S. trial
A European court granted Gary McKinnon, a British man who allegedly hacked DOD and NASA systems, a stay of extradition while it decides whether to hear his appeal, according to CNET.

Justice wants criminal intell systems to include terrorism info
A proposed rule from the Justice Department aims to expand the use of state criminal intelligence systems for maintaining suspected terrorism-related intelligence.

What next for fusion centers?
The infrastructure for a locally run, nationwide intelligence-sharing network is ready. Now what?

Clock is running for DHS CIO
Mangogna has clear goals for his brief tenure.

Feds set sights on small screen
Experts say diving into Web video isn't as expensive or difficult as might be expected.

Life in the tech age
An Internet marketing consultant provides tips and comments on technology in today's world…including Bluetooth earpieces.

Who is watching your online image?
Social-networking expert Andy Beal advises agencies on how to manage their reputations in a Web 2.0 world.

Missing laptop found, but security questions remain
A vendor in TSA's Registered Traveler program temporarily lost a laptop containing the unencrypted personal enrollment data of thousands of program participants.

Also in the news: OMB not reinventing GovNet
OMB's Trusted Internet Connections initiative will not result in the kind of single, governmentwide network once proposed by Richard Clarke, Federal News Radio reports.

Also in the news: White House BlackBerries a no-no in China
Security concerns prompt the Bush administration to ban the use of BlackBerries by White House staffers, according to CBS.