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OPM cybersecurity survey is in progress
Tuesday - 9/14/2010, 8:20am EDT
- If you get an email asking about your cybersecurity opinions at work, it may not be spam! The Office of Personnel Management is working with the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education to conduct a survey now through October 11th. OPM says if you receive an email inviting you to participate in this survey and you are not currently performing cybersecurity work, go to the first page of the survey and click "no" to the first question.
- Hewlett-Packard is getting into the business of cybersecurity. HP will purchase cybersecurity software company ArcSight for $1.5 billion. DailyFinance.com reports the deal will close by the end of this year. HP is shifting its strategy from building computers to providing services. HP officials say this deal will allow clients to secure their applications while monitoring and responding to threats.
- Last week it was Adobe PDF reader. Now it is the company's Flash product that is under attack by hackers. A new security advisory issued yesterday warns that the current version of Flash contains a critical flaw criminals are using to attack Windows PCs. Computerworld reports, the vulnerability can cause systems to crash or allow an attacker to take control. Adobe is promising a patch for Flash in two weeks, and for Reader in three weeks. Although only Windows PCs are under attack, all editions of Flash are vulnerable, including those for Macintosh, Linux, Solaris and the Android mobile operating system.
Check out all of Federal News Radio's coverage of cybersecurity issues here.