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Einstein Explained: Can EINSTEIN Rescue Government Cybersecurity?

Written by Nextgov
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  • Nextgov
  • 2 years ago

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The real Albert Einstein was an impressive physicist who developed the general theory of relativity that serves as a core of modern physics. The Department of Homeland Security’s Einstein (also sometimes referred to as the EINSTEIN Program, even though the letters aren’t an acronym) is a bit less impressive than the human it’s named after, but could nonetheless one day lead to better protection for government networks and data.

Einstein, as it was originally designed, is supposed to do two things for government agencies. First, it can ferret out malicious traffic coming into or leaving government networks.

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