Security Report: Finding the Right Balance of Automation and Human Interaction

Security Report: Finding the Right Balance of Automation and Human Interaction

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“When it comes to cybersecurity, we are in the midst of very interesting times,” said Matthew Shriner, VP Security Professional Services, HPE Security, in his letter introducing HPE’s Fourth Annual “State of Security Operations 2017” report.

HPE CEO Meg Whitman on Politics & Technology

HPE CEO Meg Whitman on Politics & Technology

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As the CEO of a technology company, it is incredible to watch the growing role of technology in our democracy. Leading up to November's election, campaigns on both sides are leveraging data to more effectively reach constituents.

China and Russia Take the Lead in the Supercomputer Arms Race

China and Russia Take the Lead in the Supercomputer Arms Race

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Supercomputers are now the key to establishing military might. Part of the reason you don’t hear about the supercomputer gap is that these high-performance machines are used by Homeland Security and other below-the-radar functions within the federal government.

The Future of Homeland Security—Who’s in Charge?

The Future of Homeland Security—Who’s in Charge?

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President Obama recently signed Presidential Policy Directive on United States Cyber Incident Coordination (PPD-41), a crucial step in coordinating cybersecurity responses within federal agencies. PPD-41 defines the answer to the “who’s in charge” question.

Why Online Voting May Never (Ever) Become a Thing

Why Online Voting May Never (Ever) Become a Thing

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Many push for online voting—and other municipal functions like registering for a driver's license online—as it could promise increased accessibility for citizens miles from a city hall, but computer science researchers warn that even...

14 States Use Voting Machines Older Than 15 Years—Do You Live in One of Those States?

14 States Use Voting Machines Older Than 15 Years—Do You Live in One of Those States?

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43 U.S. states are using voting machines that are no longer manufactured and date back a decade (or more). This means it’s not only difficult to repair these machines for lack of available parts, but that they are also ripe for cyber attack and data breach.

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