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The Homeland Security Department "is seeking help from the private sector-including experts from the engineering and science fields-to help it solve a series of problems related to cybersecurity and the immense flow of information the department deals" with every day, reports InformationWeek. As "the linchpin for national security, the department receives data from a number of agencies-such as the Federal Aviation Administration, the Transportation [Security] Administration, the FBI, and the CIA-about possible threats, both cyber and otherwise, and must disseminate that information quickly and efficiently to come up with a plan of action."

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