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Cybersecurity Awareness: Are We Winning?

Cybersecurity Awareness Month comes to a close with a two-part posting. Today, “Are We Winning?”, and tomorrow “Can We Win?”

Are we winning the cybersecurity  war? 640 more words


Hackers breach some White House computers - By Ellen Nakashima October 28 at 10:13 PM

Hackers thought to be working for the Russian government breached the unclassified White House computer networks in recent weeks, sources said, resulting in temporary disruptions to some services while cybersecurity teams worked to contain the intrusion. 284 more words

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Cybersecurity Awareness: Changing Paradigms

The way we think about cybersecurity is changing. Back when we were all younger and more naive, we believed a fortress around our information was sufficient. 648 more words


GOP Senate would be intel ally - By BURGESS EVERETT | 10/23/14 4:30 PM EDT Updated: 10/23/14 5:06 PM EDT

The GOP is pitching itself as a more suitable partner for the CIA and its director. | Getty


Republicans are promising to confront the Obama administration at every turn if they win the Senate, fighting environmental regulations, health care reform and presidential nominees. 232 more words

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Cyber101: How the Defense Works

For the complete White Paper (“Angel Investing in Cybersecurity: Understanding the Technology”), please check out Mach37.com

Last week’s post explored the reasons that cybersecurity is so hard:¬†asymmetries, business imperatives, and risk. 422 more words


Silicon Valley's Cybersecurity and Spying Headaches - By Tom Risen Oct. 23, 2014 | 12:01 a.m. EDT

Governments are taking a more hands-on approach to technology expansion.

Silicon Valley companies have to tread carefully while expanding to growing overseas markets, as foreign countries remain suspicious of their involvement in government surveillance and the U.S. 468 more words


Cybersecurity Awareness: CyberSerious

Could it be that we’re suddenly getting serious about cybersecurity? Recently US Investigations Services, LLC (USIS) had several Federal Government contracts put on hold after alerting the Government to a breach that exposed information about Homeland Security employees; the contract action resulted in the layoffs of 2,500 people. 245 more words