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VA CIO Roger Baker says Government IT systems are at increased risk to inside and outside threats because many agencies don't have a centralized budget or operational authority over their IT systems.
Government Computer News reports that the "new normal" is attacks on infrastructure, as with the Stuxnet worm.
Government Computer News reports that the move toward cloud computing could dictate the type of the next big attacks.
Government Computer News released its list of top threats for 2011.
Government Computer Week's Bill Jackson gauges how well he predicted the cyber threats of 2010.
Wired and GCN report that cyber attacks have decreased but the actual risk of attacks may not be decreasing.
Satirical website offers services to government for killing vampires.
GCN Awards Gala celebrates government IT community.
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