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  • Vormetric Survey: Majority of Americans Call for Diplomatic Response to Nation-State Cyber Attacks - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Vormetric Survey: Majority of Americans Call for Diplomatic Response to Nation-State Cyber Attacks

    A Vormetric survey indicates that 92 percent of Americans believe the U.S. should take action if a cyber attack by foreign nation-states on U.S. government data were to occur. The company said Tuesday a majority of the respondents point toward diplomatic responses such as trade sanctions and talks with the foreign country’s leaders. Wakefield Research helped Vormetric […] More

  • Australia's Spy Agency Stands Up Cyber Espionage Team - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Australia's Spy Agency Stands Up Cyber Espionage Team

    Australia’s intelligence agency, ASIO, has created a unit to handle cyber attacks on security and business computer systems by foreign enemies, according to The Australian. Attorney-General Robert McClelland detailed the government’s worries about the cyber threat in a speech yesterday, saying the explosion of cyberspace has expanded infinitely the opportunities for the covert pilfering of […] More

  • Iranian Cyber Army Takes Aim - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Iranian Cyber Army Takes Aim

    Following in the footsteps of the Pentagon's Cyber Command, Iran released plans to launch its own cyber policing unit, The Associated Press reported. Iran's Cyber Army, rumored to have Revolutionary Guard affiliation, begins its mission this month. The army will monitor the Net for traces of political opposition and cyber attacks. Calling it part of […] More

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    Disney Sued for Spying on Kids

    Walt Disney’s Internet subsidiary, along with several partners, are being sued for allegedly spying on minors. The company is accused of using cookies known as “Flash Cookies” to track personal information of users, many of whom are minors. The complaint, filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles against Walt Disney Internet Group, Clearspring Technologies, […] More

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    German Rail Firm Fined $1.65M For Spying On Employees

    The German railway firm Deutsche Bahn has received a $1.65 million fine from the Berlin Data Commission for 10 years of  employee data breaches, including spying on staff through personal email. Deustsche Bahn claims that it sifted through personal staff emails  in order to find proof of employee malpractice with its railway suppliers.The screenings have occurred […] More

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