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United States U.S.: 23 Cybersecurity Facts and Figures
How often is the U.S. government threatened by cyberattacks? What’s the impact of a government cyberattack? How much will the U.S. invest in cybersecurity? Check out our 23 facts and figures on cybersecurity to find out.
United States News Analysis: Obama's Immigration Order Stirs Controversy in U.S.
U.S. President Barack Obama's presidential order on immigration is stirring much controversy, with outraged opponents accusing him of acting more like an emperor than the head of the world's oldest democracy.
United States U.S.: Looking Back on CIO Council’s Privacy Community of Practice 2014 Privacy Summit
The CIO Council’s Privacy Community of Practice hosted nearly 300 federal privacy professionals and their colleagues from finance, human resources, procurement, and IT in a one-day Privacy Summit at the U.S. Department of Transportation on November 3, 2014.
United States U.S.: Agencies Might Need to Rethink Telework Security
In light of recent breaches at the U.S. Postal Service, White House and State Department, agencies might need to take a closer look at the security of the virtual private networks (VPNs) their employees use while teleworking.
United States U.S.: 10 IT Skills That Matter in 2015
According to ComputerWorld's 2015 Forecast survey, the demand for big data expertise trails its buzzword status, while project management and core coding/developer skills will be the most-sought as companies hire in the coming year.
United States U.S.: 3 Lessons Hawaii Learned from Gamifying Government
Government work is serious business – but it doesn't have to be a no-fun, no-thrill zone for consumers.
United States U.S.: State Dept Computers Hacked, Email Shut Down
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The State Department has taken the unprecedented step of shutting down its entire unclassified email system as technicians repair possible damage from a suspected hacker attack.
United States U.S. Gov't Announces 425 mln to Build World's Fastest Supercomputers
WASHINGTON, Nov. 14 (Xinhua) -- U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz on Friday announced two awards worth 425 million U.S. dollars in total to build two supercomputers that will be at least three times faster than China's Tianhe-2, today's most powerful system in the world, as well as research extreme scale supercomputing technologies.
Canada Canadian Data Security Firm Opens New 0ffice
Perspecsys opens new facility to house growing team of cloud engineers and marketing personnel
United States U.S.: GAO Raises Concerns about Quality of OPM Official Time Data
The Government Accountability Office is raising concerns over the quality of the Office of Personnel Management data on official time.
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