November 7, 2013 · 2:09 pm
If your connected life includes access to sensitive, proprietary or confidential information, be thoughtful about who you friend, follow or connect to online.
When fake femme fatale can dupe the IT guys at a government agency, you could also be spear phished.
If this all sounds familiar, you might be thinking of “Robin Sage,” when another fictitious femme fatale fooled security analysts, defense contractors and members of the military and intelligence agencies around the DC area.
Everything is new again.
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April 29, 2009 · 12:11 am
I was happy to find the podcast I recorded with Anne Marguiles at the top of SearchCIO.com tonight. The conversation I had with the Commonwealth’s CIO is captured in two portions at “The challenges of a state CIO.” Marguiles was an engaging interview and offered insight on a wide variety of technological challenges and opportunities that exist in 2009 for government agencies and their leaders.
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