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In This Issue:

  • Top Threats: Hacktivists and cybercriminals pose the greatest threats to federal agencies, our first Federal Government Cybersecurity Survey shows. The feds are fighting back by implementing continuous monitoring and taking other steps.
  • IT Savings Or Spending Shuffle? Federal efforts to cut IT costs don’t go far enough, says Rob Preston.
  • NASA's Web Plan: Space agency's new architecture will apply open source, cloud computing, and commercial technologies.
  • OMB Mandates Portfolio Reviews: Government-wide IT reviews are aimed at rooting out duplicative systems and services.
  • Post-WikiLeaks Security: The State Department continues to enhance security in order to prevent any further data breaches, says CIO Susan Swart.

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