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Feds Sailing Into Troubled Waters With Cybersecurity Skeleton Crew

December 7, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

The cybersecurity staffs at some of the biggest federal agencies in the U.S. are short-staffed, according to the GAO. Part of the reason: Nobody’s really sure what constitutes a cybersecurity job. Meanwhile, MIT researchers say the U.S. needs a full-time guard watching over the power grid, and lawmakers insist private companies need to be able to freely share data with the government.

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