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Maryland institute partners with Cyber Command on innovation center

The Maryland Innovation and Security Institute has agreed to partner with United States Cyber Command to work on new technologies and solutions to problems facing the government and the private sector. A facility called DreamPort in Columbia will house the ...

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U.S. losing cyber war, Ruppersberger says

The most urgent threat to national security has been swept under the rug, according to speakers at the Greater Baltimore Committee’s annual Economic Outlook Conference on Thursday.

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Senators want security clearance tax credit

ANNAPOLIS — A bipartisan group of state senators called Thursday for $6 million to pay for a new tax credit for Maryland workers seeking federal security clearances. The state’s economy relies heavily on federal contractors clustered around the National Security ...

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10 questions on security-clearance issues as a growing practice area

Thomas Coale, an associate at Goodell, DeVries, Leech & Dann LLP, recently started a new practice at the Baltimore litigation firm handling security clearance issues for government contractors’ employees. It’s an area Coale, 29, expects to expand, given the number ...

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Cardin: Maryland is threatened by belt-tightening

Maryland’s economic strengths could make the state “particularly vulnerable” to belt-tightening in Washington as lawmakers debate cuts to defense, education, environmental protection and other spending, U.S. Senator Ben Cardin said. The state’s junior senator, a 44-year veteran of elected office, ...

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