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  • IronNet's Keith Alexander: Industry-Govt Data Exchange Key to Prevent Business Cyber Breaches - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    IronNet’s Keith Alexander: Industry-Govt Data Exchange Key to Prevent Business Cyber Breaches

    IronNet Cybersecurity founder, President and CEO Keith Alexander has said he believes industry can avoid breaches if companies share more information with the U.S. government, Motherboard reported Tuesday. Alexander, a retired U.S. Army general and former National Security Agency director, told audience at a cybersecurity forum in Manhattan he also believes private companies that are victims of a hacker attack should […] More

  • Gemalto Reports 476% Increase in Govt Data Losses During 2015 - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Gemalto Reports 476% Increase in Govt Data Losses During 2015

    Gemalto has released an index showing the global public sector accounted for about 43 percent of data losses due to security breaches that occurred last year. The company said Tuesday its Breach Level Index report indicates the volume of government records that were compromised globally was up 476 percent in 2015 from the previous year. Seventy-seven percent of […] More

  • Researchers Relate Gas Pipeline Attacks To RSA Breach - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Researchers Relate Gas Pipeline Attacks To RSA Breach

    Recent spear-phishing attacks and breaches on natural gas pipeline companies can be traced back to the same spies likely involved in the RSA Inc. cyber attacks last year, the Christian Science Monitor reported in an exclusive story.  RSA provides security services to defense companies and government agencies. The breach to EMC’s security branch cost the […] More

  • NATO Website Hacked - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    NATO Website Hacked

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization yesterday released a brief statement that one of its websites had suffered a “probable data breach.” “Police dealing with digital crimes have notified NATO of a probable data breach from a NATO-related website operated by an external company,” the statement read. “NATO's e-Bookshop is a separate service for the public […] More

  • Hack at Home Shopping Network Exposes Customer Info - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Hack at Home Shopping Network Exposes Customer Info

    The Home Shopping Network is warning its customers of a recent incident that could have exposed their names and emails to an unknown hacker. In an email to customers obtained by The New New Internet, Gregg Stallwood, senior vice president of customer care at HSN, said the company had learned from its email provider, Epislon, […] More

  • eHarmony Dating Advice Site Breached - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    eHarmony Dating Advice Site Breached

    A dating advice site run by eHarmony was compromised recently, exposing names, email addresses and hashed passwords, the dating site said yesterday. EHarmony on Thursday said some data was obtained without authorization from its ancillary informational site, eHarmony Advice. The intruder was able to snag a file from one of the eHarmony Advice database that […] More

  • Suspected Videogame Hacker Pleads Not Guilty - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Suspected Videogame Hacker Pleads Not Guilty

    A 20-year-old man who was charged with trying to download the code of a soon-to-be released videogame at a tech convention pleaded not guilty in court today. On March 28, Justin D. May of Delaware was attending the March PAX East 2010 in Boston, where he allegedly used his laptop to hack into an Xbox […] More

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