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Dot-mil leads DNS security upgrade  20 October 2000  Print E-mail
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Source: Federal Computer Week - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Government Government agencies -- especially in the Defense Department -- are expected to be early adopters of an emerging technology that promises to improve Internet security by preventing hackers from redirecting Web traffic to bogus sites.. . .
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Survey: Government Can't Be Trusted With Data  19 October 2000  Print E-mail
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Source: TechWeb - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Government A survey by Information Technology Association of America found that people don't trust the U.S. government to secure their private information. Most of the 1,000 adults surveyed by phone about their comfort with the government's ability to safeguard their personal data . . .
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Cyber-Security Plans Go Begging on Hill  16 October 2000  Print E-mail
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Source: WashingtPost - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Government The Clinton administration is hoping last-minute lobbying heroics can save its ambitious $138.4 million cyber-security program before Congress adjourns soon, having watched committee after committee in both chambers fail to fund a dozen key initiatives. President Clinton unveiled the program with . . .
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Grants eye emerging tech  13 October 2000  Print E-mail
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Source: Fcw.com - Posted by Chris Pallack   
Government The General Services Administration has officially folded the contracting functions of the Federal Technology Service's Office of Information Security into FTS' Office of Information Technology Solutions. It has also created a new office to focus solely on GSA's role in governmentwide . . .
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Few Fed Web Sites Meet Govt Privacy Standards  13 October 2000  Print E-mail
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Source: Computer User - Posted by Jen Olson   
Government At a time when federal regulators are pushing commercial Web sites to adopt the "fair information practices," only three percent of federal Web sites currently adhere to their own standards, according to a new report. The report, drafted by the General . . .
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