• Many state and local government networks are unprepared for cyberattacks

    Many state and local networks unprepared for cyberattacks

    IT officials at a recent conference said efforts to protect their infrastructure are hampered by a lack of resources and a lack of understanding from those who make funding decisions.

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    Is 'fear the auditor' holding back real IT security?

    The emerging focus on automating IT security raises the question: will agencies automate FISMA compliance or risk management?

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  • IP phone network hacker

    In a world of unified networks, phones are easy prey for hackers

    As voice becomes just another data service, telephones are opened up to increasing denial-of-service threats from the Internet.

  • Network printers can become hosts for Distributed Reflection Denial of Service attacks

    How hackers can turn the Internet of Things into a weapon

    As more unsecured devices become IP-enabled for remote management or as part of sensor networks, the possibilities for attack grow.

  • For DARPA, it's all about surprises

    In its effort to keep the U.S. military out front with its technology, DARPA finds itself competing with its own successes.

  • Cyberattacks targeting manufacturers

    Cyber attacks shift from agencies to IT suppliers

    Although direct attacks against agency systems have decreased, attackers appear to be targeting upstream companies to get around government defenses, Symantec says.

  • Ghost in a data center

    Is the next big cyber threat lurking in government systems?

    Former Air Force CIO Lt. Gen. William Lord (retired) says the installed base of outdated code in government systems is "the next Achilles' heel."

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  • Phone DOS hacker

    Phone DOS: What's in it for the crooks

    DHS has warned about recent denial of service attacks against PSAPs and other government phone lines, but the attacks are nothing new.

  • Security conscious meerkats watching for danger

    Do the security conscious see something we don't?

    A recent survey of security behavior seems to show a shift away from IE and paid antivirus products in favor of Chrome, Firefox and free antivirus tools.

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    Killer app for IPv6? It’s the Internet.

    According to readers, the driving force for moving to IPv6 is to keep the Internet alive and well.

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