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Thanksgiving Catch-Up

Thursday, November 25, 2010 | 2:42 PM Leave a comment Go to comments

Happy Thanksgiving, Cybersecurity News Readers!

Whether you’re waiting for your turkey to come out of the oven, or for the next football game to start, or maybe you just stumbled onto the site by accident, whatever it may be, I wanted to take a second to thank you all for your support here at CybersecurityNews.org.

And with that said, here’s a look at some of the latest cybersecurity headlines…

Cybersecurity expert: Stuxnet attack wasn’t ‘game-changing’ (NextGov)

Former Intelligence chief says a cyber attack is inevitable (Forbes)

House bill would give DHS authority over private sector networks (The Hill)

Cybersecurity bill gives DHS power to punish tech firms (CNET)

DHS highlights two cybersecurity initiatives to enhance coordination with private sector (DHS Press Release)

EU, US and NATO to work together on cyber defens (PC World)

Cyber defense to be on NATO critical capabilities list (Defense News)

Cyber educators to Congress: Let us handle it (Government Computer News)

Some tech issues may move forward in split Congress (PC World)

Majority of US organizations surveyed endured a cyber attack last year (InfoSecurity)

US warned of ‘huge’ cyber threats (InformationWeek)

Cybersecurity expert on China net hijacking (NPR)

Hedge fund manager predicts cyber attack will shut down NYSE in 2011 (SecurityWeek)

Analysis: In cyber warfare, policy lags technology (Reuters)

Cyber veteran tapped as new Navy CIO (The New New Internet)

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