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The Cyber Secure Institute has published a white paper authored by retired Air Force Gen. Eugene Habiger titled “Cyberwar and Cyberterrorism: The Need for a New U.S. Strategic Approach.“ The paper highlights a number of threats and vulnerabilities facing the US and calls for a new approach to ward off attacks in cyberspace. Gen. Habiger […] More
International Telcommunications Union Secretary General Hamadoun Toure has called for a treaty to avert possible cyber war at the World Economic Forum. During a debate on when a cyber attack becomes a declaration of war, Toure called for a treating that would bind nations to not launch the first cyber attack. “A cyber war would […] More
The United Stats is perhaps the most-networked nation in the world. We use information technology networks to conduct business, bank, shop and even conduct warfare. One of the greatest assets of the U.S. infrastructure is the prevalence of IT networks. It allows us to access information rapidly and conduct essential transactions. This absolute reliance on […] More
The 24th Air Force was certified for operation yesterday by the head of the Air Force Base Command, according to San Antonio Business Journal. The unit stationed at Lackland Air Force Base will begin cybersecurity operations immediately. The mission of the 24th Air Force is to defend and operate the Air Force’s information technology network. […] More
Since the cyber attacks against Google earlier this month, China and the United States have engaged in a “war of words: over cyberspace policy. Over the weekend, China accused the United States of conducting cyber warfare. The People’s Daily, a Chinese government-run newspaper, said in an editorial: “The U.S. was the first country in the […] More
Following the cyber attack by the ‘Iranian Cyber Army’ on Chinese search engine Baidu, the company has filed a lawsuit against the domain registrar in a New York court. The DNS record attack redirected web users to a defaced web page instead of the search engine site. According to the lawsuit, the attack occurred because […] More
Traveling executives are familiar with the cultural imperative in some cultures to take shoes off prior to entering a home. But here in America, most families don’t consider removing shoes until it’s time for bed.  But we should.  We already know germs are everywhere.  We’re told to wash our hands and wipe surfaces – but […] More
In December, President Barack Obama announced the appointment of Howard Schmidt to the position of cybersecurity coordinator, which has sat vacant since its creation in May 2009. Schmidt, a veteran of industry and previous administrations, will be responsible for coordinating the national effort to better secure U.S. cyber infrastructure. The U.S. is consistently under attack […] More
Although hard to believe, it“™s been one year since the Obama administration came to office. In that time, Greg Myers took on his current role as general manager of Microsoft“™s Federal Civilian and Healthcare Sales. Over the past 10 months in particular, Myers has steered Microsoft“™s civilian and healthcare teams to ensure their approach aligns […] More
As director and senior fellow of CSIS’s technology and public policy program, Jim Lewis’s research involves innovation and economic change; Internet policy and cybersecurity; space programs; and intelligence reform. Prior to joining CSIS, Lewis was a member of the U.S. Foreign Service and Senior Executive Service where he worked on national security and technology-related issues. […] More
Lt. Gen. Harry D. Raduege, Jr. is senior counselor to The Cohen Group and chairman of the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation. Raduege retired after serving 35 years in the U.S. military, having worked in various areas of technology, including telecommunications, space, information and network operations. In his last position as director of the Defense […] More
Leaders from major defense contracting firms met with Secretary of Defense Robert Gates to discuss the importance of fulfilling contracts on time and on budget, while being assured the relationship between the federal government and defense contractors will continue to benefit both parties down the road. Attendees included executives from contracting powerhouses Northrup Grumman, Lockheed […] More
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