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#nationalcybersecuritymonth | MeriTalk Recognizes Federal Cyber Defenders at CDM Central and Cyber Smoke – MeriTalk
When cybersecurity works at its best, you barely know anything about it. Because highly secure and efficient networks rarely create their own reasons to make the news.
The same goes for the many thousands of dedicated security professionals across government and industry who work hard – often in the background and mostly unheralded – to guard networks against a stunning array of threats from sophisticated nation-state attackers all the way down to common thieves.
As part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, MeriTalk will shine a light on the often unsung stalwarts who defend the networks on which we all depend.
MeriTalk, a public-private partnership dedicated to improving the outcomes of government information technology, is recognizing cyber defenders across industry and government who have been judged by the community to have made a significant contribution to the state of cyber security.
We will recognize these cyber defenders across our programs and platforms during the month of October – including the CDM Central conference and CDM Cyber Smoke networking program on October 10th – and in our daily news coverage at meritalk.com.
We are proud to recognize these Cyber Defenders during the 2019 National Cyber Security Awareness Month. We salute you, and thank you for your service.
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For the first time in Israel, a court has issued a ruling recognizing an interfaith lesbian couple as the mothers of each other’s children, Haaretz has learned. The ruling came at the request of the two women years after their daughters were born.
They were unable to adopt each other’s children because the law requires that the adoptive parent and the child be of the same religion, which, in this instance, was not the case.
When that effort failed, the women, one of whom is Jewish and the other Christian, sought a court ruling declaring them parents of their partner’s children. The way was paved for such a ruling earlier this year, when, in a precedent-setting opinion, Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein declared that the state was withdrawing its opposition to recognizing women in same-sex relationships as the parents of one another’s biological children without requiring a formal adoption.
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