Link to Larry's blog is here:http://news.cnet.com/8301-19518_3-20018728-238.html?tag=mncol;txt Another article about the same study results is here [Information Week]: http://www.informationweek.com/news/security/privacy/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=227700369 I couldn't find a link to this from AVG; which is interesting considering they supposedly commissioned this study. I don't think that the headline really tells the whole story.
I like this article.?? It is well thought out and not focused just on the governments role in addressing these concerns.http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/blog/2011/01/top-ten-cyber-security-concerns-in-2011.html
Interesting article about the impact of cybersecurity on the Las Vegas gaming industry.http://weeklyseven.com/news/2011/january/13/serious-about-cyber-security
25 Years of Digital Vandalism
The new system as discussed widely on network news this evenings seems to be much more straight forward.?? There will two alert levels with the highest being "imminent".http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-01-27/color-coded-u-s-terror-alerts-to-be-replaced-by-specific-warning-system.html
Interesting article about Schmidt's efforts working with the US Department of Commerce on behalf of consumers.http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41277613/ns/business-consumer_news/
Which states are leading the country in innovation by attracting educated and highly skilled workers, funding their research, and producing world-leading tech companies? To answer that question, the Milken Institute produced the 2011 State Technology and Science Index, which grades each state according to about 80 indicators, including research and development funding, the education and skill level of the workforce, and the percent of companies in high-tech categories.* Here are the top ten states:http://bit.ly/fTpK51
Thanks to @CyberAware on twitter I read this article in the LA Times:http://lat.ms/eorzzL??