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Washington Does the Security Watusi

January 10, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

With the apparent resurgence of hacker community Anonymous, as well as concerns that cybercriminals may have recently penetrated the networks of a number of small utilities, two United States federal government initiatives to improve cybersecurity were launched this past week.

 As of Jan. 6, companies awarded contracts and orders by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) that include IT supplies, services and systems with security requirements will have 30 days to submit an IT security plan to the contracting officer or the officer’s representative.

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