Tag Archives: cyber breach

Thales e-Security’s Wayne Lewandowski: Federal Govt Should Invest in Enterprise Asset Protection

Wayne Lewandowski, vice president of federal business at Thales e-Security, has said he believes the U.S. government should shift cybersecurity spending from endpoint or network security to enterprise-wide protection of possible targets such as data. Lewandowski told Federal News Radio in an interview that aired Monday the 2017 Thales Data Threat Report …

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Thomson Reuters’ Timothy Murphy: CIOs, CFOs Key to C-Suite Execs’ Involvement in Cybersecurity

Timothy Murphy, president at Thomson Reuters Special Services, has said chief information officers and chief financial officers have a role to play in getting partners and other C-level executives involved in cybersecurity programs at law firms, Law.com reported Friday. Murphy said Thursday during a panel discussion at Thomson Reuters’ CFO/CIO/COO …

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BlackStratus: US Govt Agencies Should Utilize Security Info Event Mgmt Tech for Election-Related Data

BlackStratus has recommended U.S. government agencies deploy security information event management technology to address potential cyber attacks on agencies that send, receive and store election-related data. The company said Thursday its SIEM technology was designed to support security administrators on tasks to identify when potential cyber attacks have commenced and report suspicious …

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UK Defense Ministry Suffers Cyber Attack Via Facebook

In early March, reports surfaced that U.S. and British leaders had mistakenly accepted Facebook friend requests from an illegitimate profile of NATAO Senior Commander and U.S. Navy Adm. James Stavridis. Similar methods have now led to compromise of information from the U.K. Defense Ministry’s top secret system, AOL Government reports.  Stavridis …

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