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Archive for the tag “Cyber Crime”

Asking The Right Questions To Define Government’s Role In Cybersecurity

Government leaders are increasingly aware that promoting prosperity and protecting national security includes providing cybersecurity. That means demonstrating that a nation, state, region, or city is a safe place to live and do business online. And it includes deterring cyberattacks, preventing cyber-related crime, and protecting critical national infrastructure while also maintaining an environment that makes technological progress easy.

Read Here – McKinsey

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Digital Armament

Besides the shiny world of social media, hard information technology work has been part of the U.S. governments for decades, but critics believe that the way the government deals with cyber issues is outdated or doesn’t even exist appropriately. Recently, the White House published the long-awaited Cybersecurity Strategy and Implementation Plan (CSIP), which aims to strengthen and protect the federal networks and systems.

Read Here – The European

Cyberspace Is Too Important For Its Security To Be Handed Over To Those Who Want To Lock It Up

Shashi Tharoor argues in his piece in The Hindu – Read Here

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