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Hackers are sending out malware disguised as a file in an email from security firm Symantec.
Symantec warns of security flaw that could affect defense contractors.
A recent State of the Data Center Report found that many organizations' storage hardware operates at 30-40% utilization. Despite this under utilization and increasing budget cuts — the first response to resolving storage capacity issues is to purchase new storage hardware. As a result of this quick-fix approach to storage management problems, organizations are buying storage they don't need. With 50% or more available storage capacity, a little education and the right tools, organizations can optimize their existing systems and extend their useful life for a year or more without having to purchase new storage hardware.
If your organization's need for data storage is outpacing your budget and ability to optimize existing storage capacity—Symantec can help you standardize and automate the management of heterogeneous storage platforms.
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Originally Aired November 14th @ 3:05pm
Learn why the security company is telling Good Samaritans to beware in today's cybersecurity update.
Tags: technology , Federal Executive Forum , cyber security , DHS , DoD , FAA , cyber , security , Robert Lentz , Greg Schaffer , Dave Bowen , Fred Newberry , Cisco , John Bordwine , Sam Chun , EDS , Jim Flyzik , Flyzik Group
Malicious PDF files are being e-mailed to US defense contractors.
Maj. Gen. Vautrinot of the Cyber Command says top officials on down understand why cybersecurity is important. She says holding officials accountable is one of the best ways DoD has made the shift happen.
Computer jargon baffles users, hinders security; Defense relaxes ban on computer flash drives; Symantec 2010 State of Enterprise Security Study Shows Frequent, Effective Attacks on Worldwide Business
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