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President Obama Signs Significant Cybersecurity Executive Order

Posted in Data Theft, Espionage, Legislation

By Misty Blair and Ken Wilton

Cybersecurity is at the forefront of the public and private sectors alike, as daily news reports warn of cyberattacks on American institutions such as media, banks, and governmental agencies.

It is in this spirit that, just Tuesday, President Obama signed the long-awaited Executive Order on “Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity” and devoted …

On Election Day, Cybersecurity Is A Part Of Candidates’ Platforms

Posted in Data Theft, Espionage

By Misty Blair

Today, people are laser-focused on who will win the U.S. presidential election, President Barack Obama or Governor Mitt Romney. And, though cybersecurity has been a hot topic in the last year, for the time being it has been displaced from the 24-hour news cycle with political punditry, which has reached a fever pitch heard (thankfully) only once …