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About four hundred people will gather in Tampa, FL, this week for two days of discussions around the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) framework of cybersecurity standards – the first such workshop since the framework was released over eight months ago. The workshop will be held Oct. 29-30 at the University of South

Small-business awareness of the government’s framework of cybersecurity standards is painfully low, according to the owner of a small tech company that has developed a tool to help small and midsized firms figure out how to use the framework and where to start in their cyber efforts. Ola Sage, owner of the Maryland-based e-Management, said

Although federal websites may be inherently vulnerable to the exploits used by the Russian “CyberVor” gang that purportedly stole more than a billion password and user combinations, they also have a few things going for them if they’ve been following the rules, IT experts say. View this article  [PDF file].   FCW | The Business

Today the Department of Homeland Security, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the General Services Administration are teaming up to host in McLean, VA, working group sessions on software and supply chain assurance. The event will be held at MITRE, a not-for-profit organization that operates federally sponsored research and development centers. The groups

Says small, medium businesses need more help dealing with cyber threats Montgomery County Maryland Community News — Gazette.Net. by Kevin James Shay, Staff writer As Internet security threats become common for many large companies, Ola Sage is looking more at small- and medium-sized businesses. Smaller companies need more help warding off cyber threats than large

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