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Items Tagged with 'information security'
Luke J. McCormack has been named the new Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the Department of Homeland Security. McCormack will lead and oversee DHS’s continuing efforts to implement information technology enhancements and security.
The information security function fully meets needs in only 17 percent of organizations, according to EY’s 16th annual Global Information Security Survey 2013, which tracks the level of awareness and action in response to cyber threats, canvassing the opinion of more than 1,900 senior executives globally.
Facing increasingly sophisticated and hostile cyber security threats, UC Berkeley is doubling its cyber security budget and working closely with other University of California campuses to address security risks.
One thing is clear, successful help desks need to be highly focused on customer service, yet they can present a security risk for the same reason they are in business, helping a user, says Barb Filkins, SANS analyst and author of a report based on a recent survey. The only real way to solve the problem is to build security into the business of help desk.
Former White House aides and security executives have joined the advisory board on protecting the state's infrastructure and information systems.
How is Software-as-a-Service changing the fundamental nature of CIOs, and how will security be affected?
FBI officials have arrested 13 people on charges that they participated in gang activity that exploited a loophole in the cash-advance kiosks to steal more than $1 million.
According to a new study, 72 percent of companies are struggling with escalating threats, but 63 percent of IT departments are understaffed.