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Critics of the way government handles IT often question why federal agencies can’t run more like the private sector. Some federal CIOs will tell them that they’re making strides in that direction. At the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, for instance, an IT modernization effort has yielded exponential increases in the utilization efficiency of its machines. Read […]

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As Senate Bill 315 sits on Georgia Governor Nathan Deal’s desk, awaiting either his signature of approval or a veto, a group of vigilante hackers going by SB315 have reportedly been attacking Georgia sites and threatening retaliation if the bill becomes law. It’s unclear why the group believes that a hacking spree will help convince […]

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Cyberattacks are growing more frequent, sophisticated and damaging, and organizations have invested hundreds of billions of dollars into arming themselves to fight back. This has led to new challenges, since today’s complex security environments and processes — or lack thereof — often hinder timely and effective response to attacks. Today, the average organization deploys 75 […]

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As the RSA Conference kicks off this week, IBM Security will be approaching the anniversary of two important milestones. This time two years ago, we put our stake in the ground to lead the incident response space with the acquisition of Resilient Systems. At RSA last year, we brought the power of Watson to the […]

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