#Cyber #Supply #Chain #Task #Force to #Meet Soon

The task force will be managed by Homeland Security Department’s new long-range cyber planning organization. A task force focused on reducing cybersecurity risks in the nation’s technology and communications supply chain will meet for the first time in the next few weeks, the Homeland Security Department announced Tuesday. Homeland Security…

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New cyber programs debut in California, Louisiana

Local, state and federal government share the same challenges when it comes to cybersecurity: keeping ahead of the hackers in the IT arms race and recruiting cyber talent to defend systems and help with new initiatives. Now, universities in Louisiana and California have created cyber initiatives to address both needs….

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Cambridge University to launch cyber-crime research centre

Academics at Cambridge University are behind the launch of a new research centre which is focused on understanding how criminality is conducted online. The Cambridge Cloud Cybercrime Centre, a multi-disciplinary initiative combining expertise from the University of Cambridge’s Computer Laboratory, Institute of Criminology and Faculty of Law departments, will become…

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U.S. cyber combatants lack sufficient training

On the heels of conducting an educational session at PSA-TEC in Colorado last month, I had the opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C. to attend the “State of the CyberSecurity Union” with Adm. Mike Rogers, director of the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command, at The George Washington University….

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Telstra CISO: Cyber attacks are foreseeable events

The message was simple: Companies should expect to be attacked, according to Telstra chief information security officer, Mike Burgess, who delivered his company’s view of the cyber security landscape at the 2015 Check Point Cyber Security Symposium. The threat, according to Burgess, is both an internal and external thing. On…

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