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 •  October 13

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – It's 2017 and every device we use is connected to the internet. Many of the devices are used to store very personal information. "People didn't grow up until this generation with the internet in their pocket, and not everyone understands secure practices," ISSA North Alabama Chapter President Carey Pool explained. This may be why...

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 •  September 29

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — There are threats to the United States and our allies that are obvious. North Korea for instance. The reaction from those charged with America’s missile defense is pretty straight forward. “I am very confident that the current ballistic missile system can defend the nation against the current threats,” said Lt. General Samuel...

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 •  August 22

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Governor Kay Ivey visited Huntsville on Tuesday to announce a $10 million economic development grant that will help establish a cyber camp, complete with campus expansion, at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center (USSRC). The USSRC will expand its facilities to include a cyber camp targeting high school students. The state grant helps...

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 •  July 15

Huntsville, Ala. -- Memphis in May is a festival that attracts thousands of visitors. America's missile defense systems protect millions of people. Huntsville's Paragon Research has something to do with both things. "We do a lot for a company our size," says Kelly Falter, Executive Vice President and Chief Scientist for Paragon. Falter isn't...