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In 2017, a thermometer in a fish tank at a casino hotel lobby was hacked, enabling attackers to penetrate the casino’s network and transport its “high roller” database to the cloud. In May, 2018, a denial of service attackknocked out a corporate website for four days. The attack was orchestrated through a network of internet […]

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The security industry is understaffed. By a lot. Previous estimates by the Ponemon Institute suggest as much as 50 percent underemployment for cybersecurity positions. Seventy percent of existing IT security organizations are understaffed and 58 percent say it’s difficult to retain qualified candidates. ESG’s 2017 annual global survey of IT and cybersecurity professionals suggests the […]

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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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