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Originally, DOD had planned to complete the departmentwide transition by early 2017.
Distributed denial of service, or DDoS, attacks — designed to flood servers with artificial internet traffic to cause access interruptions — are on the rise, across the globe, as opportunistic Dark Web dealers increasingly sell hacking-as-a-service products, according to a new threat intelligence report compiled by Imperva, a publicly traded cybersecurity firm.
As U.S. technology companies begin to eye the unquestionable business opportunity presented by the conception of next generation wireless internet infrastructure — otherwise known as 5G — the Federal Communications Commission, or FCC, is reminding them that cybersecurity must play a part in any and all ventures.
The General Services Administration plans to make large and medium-sized contractors on their huge new Alliant2 government-wide IT contract vehicle disclose their annual greenhouse gas emissions, and set targets for reducing them, according to procurement documents posted Wednesday.
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