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Enhancing Cybersecurity Authentication in Government

The United States is continuously under relentless attack by state and non-state actors in cyberspace. Many believe the U.S. is losing the Cyber War with the staggering number of breaches year after year escalating to new heights.

For example, in 2015 Chinese hackers gained administrator privileges, enabling them to acquire full access to the computers of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Among other things, they were able to download confidential forms that list continuous contacts, including those overseas giving the Chinese communist government a new tool to identify and suppress dissenters. What is worse, federal authorities disclosed in a separate attack that gave Beijing full access to the confidential background-check information on federal employees and private contractors who apply for security clearances. That includes the 4.5 million Americans who currently have access to the country’s top secrets exposing them to blackmail.

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Understanding Advanced Persistent Threats