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The Pentagon, Contractors and Hackers: Who Protects the Protectors?

September 28, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Defense contractors have been pelted with cyberattacks in recent months from infiltrators looking to steal and publicize whatever secret internal documentation they can lay hands on. Now the U.S. DoD is opening up its own brand of protection to defense contractors. Meanwhile, more of Stuxnet’s origin story was revealed, and security certification technology takes another ding.

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