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ALSO CALLED: Terrorist Attacks
DEFINITION: Total Information Awareness (TIA) is the name of a massive U.S. data mining project focused on scanning travel, financial and other data from public and private sources with the goal of detecting and preventing transnational threats to national security. TIA has also been called Terrorism Information Awareness. The program was part of the Homeland Security Act and, after its creation in January 2003,  … 
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Getting the Most out of Your Windows Upgrade
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VIDEOCAST: This webinare from Dell explains how the end of Microsoft XP support will impact organizations still using it. It also talks about challenges of migration from either XP or Windows 7 or 8 and touches on what's next for organizations who have already migrated.
Posted: 26 Mar 2014 | Premiered: Mar 26, 2014

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Search Security University: Cyber Security
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VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT: Join this SearchSecurity.com University for best practices on what do to about cyber threats against your business and how to be proactive in the face of creative and evolving adversaries.
Posted: 14 Aug 2013 | Premiered: 15 Aug 2013

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WWW - World Wide Weaponization
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WEBCAST: The growth of the internet has brought about massively scalable distributed systems which have proved advantageous not only for governments, businesses and end-users, but also for criminals. In this webcast, review past, present, and future considerations regarding cybercrime, and discover next-generation methods of combating weaponized software.
Posted: 22 Oct 2009 | Premiered: Oct 22, 2009

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TERRORISM DEFINITION (continued): …  was managed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). In September 2003, U.S. Congressional negotiators agreed to terminate the program and ceased funding. in 2006, however, news agencies reported that software developed for it had been shifted to other agencies, specifically the National Security Agency (NSA).TIA initiatives included a massive counter-terrorism database and advanced methods for data collection, processing and analysis. At the time, technology capable of accomplishing some of the program's data mining goals had not yet been invented. For example, one component … 
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