As we approach the 2012 presidential election, concerns are being raised about the likelihood of cyber attacks leading up to and during that event. There are many individuals, groups and rogue nation states that would like nothing better than to disrupt this year’s election.

Several months ago, a video was posted by those claiming to be from the well know hacktivist group Anonymous that alluded to plans for launching cyber initiatives that target the 2012 presidential election. Keep reading →

Uncertainty continues for anyone involved with the federal budget. Just a few weeks ago, the hope was the Congressional Super Committee would set forth a clear path for deficit reduction. The framework would guide Congress to get the federal government back into a normal cycle of passing annual budgets by the beginning of the fiscal year on October 1.

Now that the Super Committee has failed, the question is “So now what?” on the federal budget? Keep reading →