Obama, Cybersecurity, And The Return of CIPSA

Obama, Cybersecurity, And The Return of CIPSA

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New The more things change the more they stay the same. With the strike of his pen Tuesday, President Obama signed an executive order aimed at bolstering the nation's cyber defenses and improving security. Later that night, in his State of the Union address, the President preached about the need to...
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