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The White House breach and the evolving attack surface

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Mark Seward

With more than 10 million purported attempts to break into Pentagon systems and servers each day, it was not surprising when the White House confirmed that individuals thought to be working for the Russian government attempted to hack its servers.

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Intelligent Video Surveillance and Agent Video Intelligence announce product integration

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Intelligent Video Surveillance (ISS), a Video Management Systems (VMS) vendor, and Agent Video Intelligence (Agent Vi), a provider of open architecture video analytics software, have announced the integration of ISS’ SecurOS video management platform with the real-time event detection capabilities of savVi, Agent Vi’s video analytics platform.

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Carnegie Mellon University chooses radiant RFID’s virtual asset tracker

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Carnegie Mellon University has selected Virtual Asset Tracker (VAT), Radiant RFID’s end-to-end asset management solution, to manage asset security and location visibility for the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department’s IT assets and test equipment.

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GSN announces Winners and Finalists in 2014 Homeland Security Awards Program

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As in previous years, the Government Security News Homeland Security Awards was divided into three broad categories of entries: Best Vendors of IT Security Products and Solutions; Best Vendors of Physical Security Products and Solutions; and Most Notable Programs, Projects and Initiatives of Federal, State, County and Municipal Government Agencies.

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New legislation aims to improve DHS, private sector engagement

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Last week, U.S. Rep. Curt Clawson (R-FL), a member of the Committee on Homeland Security, introduced H.R. 5712, the “DHS Private Sector Office Engagement Act,” aimed at improving private sector engagement in protecting the homeland. U.S. Rep. Michael McFaul (R-TX), chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security, joined in co-sponsoring the bill.

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Tanium strengthens executive team with appointment of first-ever chief strategy, marketing officers

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Berkeley, CA-based Tanium, a provider of security and systems management, has announced the appointment of two key hires that will strengthen the executive bench and support the company through its next stages of hyper-growth. In newly created positions, Chad Fulgham, the former CIO of the FBI, joins Tanium as the company’s Chief Strategy Officer and Jennifer Johnson, recently a partner at the leading venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, has joined Tanium as Chief Marketing Officer.

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McAfee and Europol combine talents to fight cybercrime

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McAfee, now part of Intel Security, and Europol's European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that brings together Intel Security expertise with EC3’s law enforcement skills in the war against cybercrime.

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Ponemon study: More than 70 percent of U.S. IT pros prefer open source software for continuity, control

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Dallas-based Zimbra, a provider of unified collaboration software, has announced the results of the Ponemon Institute’s “The Open Source Collaboration Study: Viewpoints on Security and Privacy in the U.S. and EMEA” report. The study surveyed 1,398 IT and IT security practitioners to learn about their companies’ involvement in the use of open source messaging and collaboration solutions, and their views on security and privacy.

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Agari and Palo Alto Networks agree to exchange threat intelligence data

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San Mateo, CA-based Agari, a provider of data-driven security solutions that detect and prevent advanced email cyberthreats, has announced it has entered into an agreement with enterprise security company Palo Alto Networks. Per the agreement, Agari will provide email-based threat intelligence data to the Palo Alto Networks Threat Intelligence Cloud. This data will help enhance threat prevention of malware and advanced persistent threats (APTs) globally.

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