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Posted by: | on August 3, 2017
Cybersecurity threats are everywhere. World-wide hacking attacks, such as the Petya and WannaCry cyberattacks, show no nation is off-limits. Companies and governments around the world often turn to each other for cybersecurity help, either through cyberthreat information sharing groups or international cybersecurity cooperation programs. Recently, the U.S. and Japan promised…
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Posted by: | on August 8, 2016
The single greatest irony of Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric during the 2016 presidential campaign is that it galvanized the Republican nominee’s most effective critics ― and they’re not about to let up.
Khizr Khan said he and wife Ghazala had spent 12 years as “quiet, private people” after their son, Army Capt. Humayun Khan, was killed in Iraq in 2004.
But “there comes a moment where personal comforts and personal privacies have to be left behind in exchange for what you stand for,” he told USA Today during a Facebook Live interview on Monday.
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