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Americans will soon find out if Attorney General Bill Barr has the mettle to pursue Obama’s corrupt FBI and DOJ officials who weaponized the intel agencies to target Donald Trump.
John Huber, the special prosecutor tapped by former AG Jeff Sessions to investigate FISA abuses by Obama’s DOJ/FBI, met with newly-confirmed Attorney General Bill Barr this week.
Comcast announced it has acquired BluVector, a company that uses advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning to provide cybersecurity protection to companies and government agencies.
Eric is a veteran of the US Intelligence community and has over two decades of experience in cyber security, data analytics and national intelligence. His experience in the US government include positions within both the executive and legislative branches. He previously served as Cyber Security Staff Director on the US House Committee on Homeland Security.
Eric earned a Master of Science degree from The London School of Economics and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Affairs from Georgetown University.
BluVector was founded on the premise that the approaches most security technologies were based on were doomed to failure. They wanted to change that dynamic and turn security on its head.
We see security like modern medicine. We see a disease and then we reverse engineer that disease, so that we have an opportunity to detect it in the future.
Much of the market today is focused not on the problem of detection pre-breach but on detection of the bad guys once they've gotten into the organization, which sometimes is too late,” says founding CEO of BluVector, Kris Lovejoy.
TextIn February 2018, Yang was invited by the White House to participate in an event hosted by the Asian American and Pacific Islander Initiative, an advisory commission Trump established by executive order the year before. Later in the year, she attended at least two more AAPI events in Washington D.C., according to her Facebook page.