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Three (mostly) simple solutions to cybersecurity

If you’re going to take cybersecurity tips from someone, it should probably be from this guy: Tim Hamon, the FBI’s senior forensic examiner at San Diego’s Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory.

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Economists see little change after election

The recent federal elections will probably have little impact on the San Diego economy, unless Congress finds a way to reduce the constraints of the federal budget sequester, a panel of local economists said at a forum Tuesday at La Jolla's Sanford Education Center.

REAL ESTATE

Commissioners overule staff on Navy complex

Against a staff recommendation, the California Coastal Commission ruled on a 7-4 vote last week that the Navy's proposed 1.5 million-square-foot Coastal Complex on the Silver Strand is consistent with the state's Coastal Act.

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Kenneth Lee joins Tully Rinckey PLLC as senior associate

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On the Agenda: Construction awards, bowling mixer highlight week's events

F-35C Joint Strike Fighter first at-sea test off SD a success

Cubic selected to deliver interactive training courseware for US Army

USS Fort Worth prepares for maiden deployment to Asia-Pacific, Singapore

Former White House CIO warns of more mobile cyberattacks

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Navy announces rooftop solar deal for San Diego-area military housing

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Three (mostly) simple solutions to cybersecurity

If you’re going to take cybersecurity tips from someone, it should probably be from this guy: Tim Hamon, the FBI’s senior forensic examiner at San Diego’s Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory.

After synagogue attack, Jerusalem's new holy war

There are terror attacks, and there are pogroms. The attack at a Jerusalem synagogue this week that killed four rabbis was a pogrom. It was an attack motivated not by politics but by religious hatred; it was directed not at Israelis but at Jews.

U.S. aircraft carrier’s cost likely to rise again, GAO says

The cost of the U.S. Navy’s new aircraft carrier is likely to keep rising from the $12.9 billion now estimated, with the final price masked by deferring some work until after the ship is delivered, the Government Accountability Office said.

Attacking Mariupol would be Putin's big mistake

Is Russian President Vladimir Putin losing Ukraine by stoking a war to keep it?

Economists see little change after election

The recent federal elections will probably have little impact on the San Diego economy, unless Congress finds a way to reduce the constraints of the federal budget sequester, a panel of local economists said at a forum Tuesday at La Jolla's Sanford Education Center.

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Power of Attorneys - 2014

The Daily Transcript honors San Diego's top corporate counsel.

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In The News

Nov. 21, 2014, 5:00 P.M. -- In local news, SANDAG unanimously certified the final EIR for the $2 billion project to extend the San Diego Blue Line Trolley, and George Chamberlin writes on what the golf industry is doing to improve its rough times.

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F-35C takeoff and landing

The U.S. Navy is conducting a developmental test onboard the USS Nimitz off San Diego of the new F-35 carrier variant Joint Strike Fighter jet. This footage shows the first catapult, arrival and arrested landings in early November. Video courtesy of Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy

From the Front

SAN DIEGO (Nov. 19, 2014) -- Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Jacob A. Early, right, ventilates a SimMan 3G medical mannequin during the National Disaster Medical System Exercise 2014 at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar.

SAN DIEGO (Nov. 19, 2014) -- Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Jacob A. Early, right, ventilates a SimMan 3G medical mannequin during the National Disaster Medical System Exercise 2014 at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. Marine Corps and Navy personnel participated in the joint exercise with San Diego County Emergency Medical Services and Naval Medical Center San Diego. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Pyoung K. Yi

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Soaring Dimensions - San Diego is Building Again. Get Involved!

Soaring Dimensions 2014, now and all year long on San Diego Source. The special report features articles, profiles and videos on some of San Diego's most recognized companies involved in making San Diego soar once more. Construction, architecture, engineering, tenant improvement companies, plus law firms and government, all working to create a vibrant economy and positive local impact.

San Diego Success

San Diego’s regional success story stems from the contributions of many successful companies, people and events through the years.

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Find out how San Diego’s veterans and military leaders translate the unique skills they learned in service into business acumen and success.
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