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Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. - Cyber Defense Agency, a Wisconsin Rapids-based information security and research company, is warning that widespread use of outsourced commercial software by the United States military and other organizations could expose the nation to cyber terrorism caused by life cycle attacks buried deep within the millions of lin......

Full article >>> ary's use of commercial software. The report is still being developed, but Saydjari said the very same cautions also exist for the private sector, including critical infrastructures that could be strategic targets of an adversary - entities that provide gas, electricity, telecommunications, banking, and water. All power utilities use supervisory control networks to run their generation, delivery, ......

Full article >>> ivileges of software using fine-grained security control software technology already developed under government research programs, and to configure intrusion detection systems to uncover the activation and use of life-cycle attacks.

Saydjari, who spent 13 years with the National Security Agency and three years as a program manager of information assurance for the Defense Advanced Project......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 05/22/06


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