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ZDNet - NATO agrees to boost cyber defenses, argues over how: NATO ministers agreed June 4 that cybersecurity measures need to be strengthened, but are not so sure about what and who needs defense the most, and smaller allies less able to protect themselves remain of concern.
Adobe Systems Inc. says it has learned a lot about creating secure code since when cyberattackers began to target its software to infiltrate corporate networks in a series of highly-publicized attacks.
NoVA Infosec -- FISMA reloaded: Is a makeover in near future?: The new FISMA reform bill dictates the need for continuous monitoring of government systems and more frequent threat assessments. This approach would be a departure from the current model – a static "checklist" methodology for configuring networks and updating software.
Reuters - Ministers to meet to review NATO's cyber defenses: NATO systems face "regular" computer attacks, and electronic attacks could be used to knock out military communications and disable key infrastructure to soften a country up for a conventional military strike.