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The study says Eastern European hackers have a more sophisticated infrastructure and use more sophisticated malware than Eastern Asian hackers.
Napolitano said there were a few outstanding issues and President Barack Obama has not yet reviewed the document.
RSA and Booz Allen Hamilton said they will jointly develop new information security products and offer them as managed services.
Military's cyber leaders say job satisfaction has so far trumped salary concerns when it comes to building and retaining a workforce of elite cyber warriors. Building the capacity of that training pipeline is the next challenge.
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The Android vulnerabilities caused by slow patches are well-known and may be a concern for federal agencies who are considering the Bring Your Own Device model.
BAE said it also planned to circle the wagons around its cybersecurity arm handling sensitive government information.
Members of the Taliban are pretending to be attractive women on Facebook to spy on Australian troops in Afghanistan. Because Facebook uses GPS technology to track where profile updates are made, faux-Facebook friends, who are able to befriend soldiers, are able to find their locations after they update their profiles, according to CSOOnline.
Nearly one in five IT professionals could be taking a secret peek at their bosses' sensitive computer data. According to a survey of 450 IT pros conducted by cybersecurity firm Lieberman Software, 39 percent of IT staff said they are able to get unauthorized access to sensitive information and 20 percent have already done so.
Army officials said first they have to define what exactly is a cyber weapon or tactical fire in military-speak.
The Android platform has become a prime target for viruses. The operating system has struggled to catch up with Apple's IOS in terms of security.