“Data is the new oil,” said mathematician Clive Humby in 2006 when designing a supermarket clubcard. But like crude oil, it is what can be extracted (in this case, information) that is truly valuable and drives both government and business. For information to be valuable, it must come from as much accurate data as possible. This is the purpose of the U.S.
This spring, a batch of tests were sent to 100 Clemson University faculty and staff emails in an attempt to access private and personal information.
Bipartisan legislation formally unveiled this week would require the Department of Homeland Security to send notifications on breaches affecting the election systems.
A proactive approach to security and intelligence gathering is the best way to stem the tide of threats and lucrative trading of business-critical data on the darknet.
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