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Wednesday February 22, 2017

A Department of the Interior tribal listening session. Photo: US DOI
Remember the great internet shutdown that caused major hardships throughout Indian Country? Well, the Bureau of Indian Affairs is still struggling to secure its computer systems some 15 years later.
Information Technology Security Weaknesses at BIA and BIE
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