Almost three-quarters of the government IT administrators polled in a new survey believe the U.S. is likely to face a cyberattack from a foreign country in the next year.
Key IT decision makers who work in national defense and security were questioned in a new Clarus Research Group survey commissioned by Lumension and released Tuesday. Among those polled for the "Federal Cyber Security Outlook for 2010 Survey," 74 percent expect a cyberattack from foreign shores in the next year.
What types of threats and security risks do federal IT professionals fear the most? Among the respondents, 64 … Read more