President Trump at a press conference in the East Room of the White House on Thursday. The day ended with no cybersecurity plan from the Trump administration. Cheriss May/Getty Images … read more at: https://www.cnet.com/news/trump-whitehouse-cybersecurity-plan-officially-late/

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In addition, there are concerns that cyber warfare in future military operations could include spoofing GPS signals or otherwise disrupting satellites.  Russian forces and their allies in Syria and Ukraine have actively employed electronic warfare systems, which could include these capabilities.  It seems more likely that Killer has similar gear that can find various signals […]

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By Allison Grande Law360, Washington (April 20, 2017, 5:58 PM EDT) — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s deputy director for privacy said Thursday that more than 100 companies in the health, finance and a range of other sectors are actively participating in a voluntary program established by Congress in 2015 that enables them to […]

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But there are ways to augment security staff to ensure your business is best protected. Cybersecurity expertise and experience are difficult to locate and retain in today’s growing cybersecurity field. Fewer cybersecurity experts leads to high salaries, fewer candidate choices, and empty positions at organizations. At the same time, there are too many security tools […]

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Growing Challenges in Cyber Security One of the complications, and opportunities, confronting the cyber security industry is that the cyber threat may be escalating beyond the capacity of a human-centric response. Consider for instance the remarks of the outgoing chief of the Department of Defense, that “given the volume [of attacks] and where I see […]

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