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Symantec Government Online User Group

Public Group | Founded: 19 Oct 2009 | Serving 18 members

Welcome to the Symantec Government Online User Group. This is an area for users to exchange information and ideas relating to the Federal Government, State & Local Government, and Defense & Intelligence.

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New blog entry 04 Jun 2012
At this time, Flamer seems to have targeted only a few hundred organizations and individuals located in a small segment of the globe. But make no mistake; Flamer is important worldwide.  The complexity of the code within Flamer is on par with that ...
New blog entry 10 May 2012
If you missed it, the 3rd Annual FedScoop Cloud Shoot-Out and Cybersecurity Summit was a big hit with government and industry leadership. I was honored to give the keynote, and I used the opportunity to talk about what we at Symantec consider the ...
New blog entry 17 Apr 2012
Last year, there were nearly 900 data breaches (more than in 2009 or 2010*), resulting in 31 million records breached**. And, as the number of reported breaches continued to rise, organizations paid a hefty cost for data breaches, according to this ...
New blog entry 08 Mar 2012
I arrived for the 3rd year to the Moscone Center in the heart of San Francisco for the RSA Conference.  Interestingly enough it is like old school where everyone knows everyone.  For my past colleagues who have gone to other companies, ...
New blog entry 23 Jan 2012
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) maintains a centralized system that tracks users authorized to access DoD websites through a program called the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS). The JPAS program helps protect the DoD against unauthorized ...
New blog entry 20 Dec 2011
With the significant increase over the last few years in new smart phones, smart devices, and tablets, the demand by government employees to utilize these devices for work and home use is growing.  We called this phenomena the ...
New blog entry 15 Dec 2011
Arriving again on New York Ave. 1100 NW to be exact.  I love this city.  In Washington old man winter has arrived.  The topic of the day is Cybersecurity legislation and privacy.  This is a touchy subject for all because it ...
New blog entry 30 Oct 2011
Sometimes a little paranoia can be a good thing. Especially if a little worry helps motivate critical infrastructure providers to implement safeguards to protect their information and systems from potentially devastating cyberattacks. However, as the ...
New blog entry 16 Sep 2011
With the new semester upon us, it’s a good time to reevaluate the way colleges and universities are securing and managing the digital information of their students, faculty, and administrators online. For starters, we’ve noticed a few ...
New blog entry 09 Sep 2011
After my maternity leave, I found myself coming back to work just in time for the Great Earthquake in Washington, D.C. and the northern Virginia area.  Not a good omen, haha!  While everyone seemed a bit shaken, I was still enjoying the ...