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One of the best of Charles Dickens’ books and one of the best Christmas stories ever written, this is a must for any reader getting into the holiday spirit. You don’t have to be religious, you just have to believe it is possible for any of us to be a little better than we are.
The current GPS system is expected to remain operational until mid-2021. The DOD is racing to field the next generation of satellites, ground control stations and receivers while keeping the current system running.
New cybersecurity guidance broadens to embrace the Internet of Things
Dedicated public safety network faces significant challenges
Cybersecurity and the nation’s power grid
Could moving out of Washington solve the federal cybersec manpower problem?
In a NextGov column last year, I predicted that drones would step up to a new public safety role, with both officers and public volunteers piloting the craft. With amazing drone rescues saving lives, that future is close at hand.
Among its many benefits, the Toshiba Portégé X20W Notebook features dual-factor authentication in the form of a fingerprint reader and facial recognition technology, making it ideal for the security-minded road warrior.
If you enjoy reading for its own sake, rather than as just a tool for work or study, you probably have a handful of books that are like old friends that you come back to again and again. Worth Reading is a blog for sharing some of my favorite books.