SOPA

Who is really responsible to protect America from data loss?

Who is really responsible to protect America from data loss?

There's no reason to rely on the U.S. government to create new regulations to help businesses protect their data. Instead, individual organizations must initiate a change from within, and that starts with connecting IT to the bottom line.

Anonymous shutters government, music industry sites

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In a reprisal for the government's takedown of MegaUpload.com, the hacker group Anonymous has apparently shuttered recording and movie industry websites, as well as the U.S. Department of Justice.

Senators change sides on SOPA/PIPA issue

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Several senators today abandoned their support of two highly controversial anti-web piracy bills making their way through Congress.

SOPA could harm security on the internet

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Experts warn the controversial anti-copyright bill, SOPA, would undermine efforts to bolster internet security through the implementation of DNSSEC.

Cyber crime aftermath: Beyond the indictment

The aftermath of a cyber crime takedown poses new challenges to law enforcement, like what to do about the victims' systems and data

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