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Gen. Keith Alexander, head of the U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency, said the greatest impact of the ongoing government shutdown on cybersecurity is on the morale of the cyber workforce.
Tags: Keith Alexander , NSA , U.S. Cyber Command , Central Security Service , GDIT Cyber Reports , cybersecurity , workforce , government shutdown , National Cybersecurity Awareness Month , Michael OConnell
Technology has been changing as usual, the business has been demanding more and more from security professionals as expected, and we continue to outsource some of our responsibilities.
UPI reports U.S. defense companies, likely to face a cut in Pentagon spending, may find cyber-security a profitable replacement.
Adobe has released security updates for critical vulnerabilities in Adobe Illustrator CS4 (14.0.0) and Adobe Illustrator CS3
And the return of Koobface
Attacks on the nation's critical infrastructure are on the rise.
Typos have created the world's newest hotbed for cybercrime.
Chair of the House Science and Technology Committee's Subcommittee on Technology and Innovation says Cybersecurity Czar plans lack punch.
A review was started after a junior staffer took home sensitive computer files that named members of Congress the panel was investigating.
Rent-a-botnet attack for $9 an hour, Macs under attack by spyware