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Militus Inc and CybrScr, Inc Partnership Delivers Innovative Cybersecurity Solutions – PR Newswire (press release)

The Militus team was the linchpin of Boeing’s Cyber Security Solutions unit, including the firm’s top security engineers and business development leaders.  Its military- and intelligence-grade product and service offerings are anchored by the Unified Security Analytics Manager (USAM™), an agile and portable “best of breed” collection of software and …

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Cyber security team activated in MI to protect the Pentagon – WNEM Saginaw

CBS BATTLE CREEK, MI (CBS) - A rare instance happened here in Michigan as a cyber operation unit was activated. The 272nd Cyber Operations Squadron was officially cleared for duty on Jan. 6. The new unit’s mission is protecting the Pentagon from cyber attacks. “A lot of forensics type of …

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Exclusive: Aspen Institute launches cybersecurity initiative – Axios

Axios Exclusive: Aspen Institute launches cybersecurity initiativeAxiosCyber job training: Hurd said he wants training, including developing classroom curriculum, to ensure professionals have the right skills to combat cybersecurity threats. “In the federal government there’s 10,000 IT positions that have gone unfilled … Source link

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Tech, Cybersecurity Among Biggest Issues for States in 2018 – Government Technology

Nothing big happens in election years. At least, that’s the conventional wisdom on legislative action in many state capitols. And in a year when 36 states will choose governors and 44 will elect state lawmakers, that feeling is understandable. Political paralysis in Congress is also keeping many states in a …

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AI cybersecurity: Let's take some deep breaths – GCN.com

INDUSTRY INSIGHT AI cybersecurity: Let’s take some deep breaths By Destiny Bertucci Jan 05, 2018 The concept of artificial intelligence in cybersecurity has taken on nearly mythic proportions over the past couple years. Many articles have been written on the topic, breathlessly heralding the potential benefits and hazards posed …

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Axios: IBM launching cybersecurity initiative with politicians, academics – Seeking Alpha

Axios reports that  the Aspen Institute is launching a cybersecurity initiative to “address a wide range of cybersecurity vulnerabilities on a national scale.” The chairs of the effort are IBM (NYSE:IBM) CEO Ginni Rometty, Lisa Monaco, Homeland Security Adviser under the Obama administration, and Congressman Will Hurd (R-TX.). The Aspen …

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College hosts cybersecurity workshops – Daily Astorian

The Clatsop Community College Small Business Development Center is hosting cybersecurity workshops Tuesday in Seaside and Astoria. Skip Newberry, president and CEO of the Technology Association of Oregon, will moderate a discussion with Lewis Howell, founder and CEO of Hueya, Inc., a social media and digital security company; and Leslie …

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Meltdown, Spectre: What We Know About the Major Cyber Security Flaws and How to Protect Yourself – Newsweek

The discovery of massive cyber security flaws affecting nearly every computer and device has sent developers across major platforms around the world racing to roll out fixes for the bugs. Researchers from Google, academia and cyber security firms discovered the two flaws, now known as “Meltdown” and “Spectre” and computer …

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Cybersecurity for Upstream Operations – Journal of Petroleum Technology

Optimizing the design, function, and benefits of the logical cyber-representation of physical asset environments, whether for wells being drilled or produced, pipelines, or treatment facilities, is an evolving trend for the oil and gas industry to gain operational efficiency. The analysis described shows that operational efficiency and cybersecurity compromise is …

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