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16Dec, 2020

FDA Emergency Authorizes First At-Home, Over-The-Counter Coronavirus Test

Eric Perakslis, News

WBUR Here & Now | December 16, 2020 We talk to Eric Perakslis, a faculty member at Duke University, about the first at-home, over-the-counter COVID-19 test that will be hitting shelves next month following emergency authorization by the Food and Drug Administration this week. The test, which was developed by Australian company Ellume, will give users their results […]

14Dec, 2020

‘Massively disruptive’ Cyber Crisis Engulfs Multiple Agencies

Susan Gordon, News

Politico | December 14, 2020By Eric Geller The sophisticated cyber campaign that breached email accounts across the federal government created a deepening crisis Monday as signs multiplied about the scope of the foreign intruders’ reach. “This is probably going to be one of the most consequential cyberattacks in U.S. history,” one U.S. official said, after […]

14Dec, 2020

National Intelligence Expert on Treasury, Commerce Hacks: ‘This is big’

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CNBC | December 14, 2020 The Trump administration acknowledged reports on Sunday that a group backed by a foreign government carried out a cyberattack on the U.S. Treasury Department and a section of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Sue Gordon, former national intelligence principal deputy director, joined “Squawk Box” on Monday to discuss. Watch video.

14Dec, 2020

What Investors Need To Know About The US Treasury Cyberattack

Susan Gordon, News

Yahoo! Finance| December 16, 2020By Wayne Duggan U.S. stocks are trading higher despite a successful cyberattack on the U.S. Treasury and the U.S. Commerce Department. What Happened? On Monday morning, the Trump administration acknowledged there was a security breach at the Treasury. “We can confirm there has been a breach in one of our bureaus. We have […]

23Nov, 2020

Sue Gordon on President Trump’s Efforts to Fight Election Results

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NPR Morning Edition | November 20, 2020Interview by Steve Inskeep Sue Gordon, formerly the second highest ranking official in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, talks to NPR’s Steve Inskeep about Trump’s efforts to overturn election results. Listen here.

20Nov, 2020

CACI Board Member Susan M. Gordon Awarded Intelligence and National Security Alliance’s William Oliver Baker Award

Susan Gordon, News

Business Wire | November 18, 2020 CACI International Inc (NYSE: CACI) announced today that Board Member, The Honorable Susan M. “Sue” Gordon, the former Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence (PDDNI), will receive the Intelligence and National Security Alliance’s (INSA) 2021 William Oliver Baker Award, in recognition of her extraordinary contribution to U.S. intelligence and […]

18Nov, 2020

Data Concerns Dedevil Vaccine Rollout

Eric Perakslis, News

Politico | November 18, 2020By Darius Tahir THE TECH CHALLENGE AHEAD: We’ve all heard the two blasts of good news on coronavirus vaccines. But good news can also deliver hard challenges — in this case, data to drive immunizations. … — Patient-matching and privacy: The vaccine administration campaign will have to deal with a longstanding challenge in […]

6Nov, 2020

Former U.S. Intelligence Official Sue Gordon on Election Interference and Disinformation in 2020

Susan Gordon, News

CNBC | November 4, 2020 Sue Gordon, former Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence, joins CNBC’s 2020 presidential election coverage to discuss President Trump’s latest tweets regarding the election legitimacy, and the foreign interference officials are seeing in 2020. Watch video.

6Nov, 2020

Top National-security Officials are Preparing for the President of the United States to Refuse to Listen to the Election Results, Even When they are Officially Declared

Susan Gordon, News

The Daily Beast | November 6, 2020By Erin Banco and Adam Rawnsley Even members of President Donald Trump’s own national security team are worried about the misleading information he’s pushing about the vote count. And they’re increasingly concerned that the president will not respect the final results. Top national security officials say they have spent the […]

7Oct, 2020

Clinical Trial Software Company Hit by Massive Ransomware Attack

Eric Perakslis, News

BioSpace | October 5, 2020By Mark Terry Last week, Universal Health Services (UHS) was hit by a massive ransomware attack, which is believed to be one of the largest cyberattacks on a medical institution in the U.S. Now, Philadelphia-based software company eResearchTechnology (ERT), which offers software used in hundreds of clinical trials, has suffered a ransomware attack. […]