The Avalanche crime group, the world's most prolific phishing gang, has moved from using conventional phishing to solely propagating Zeus, the most famous and stealthy password-stealing malware, say security researchers in a new report.
Our analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data suggests that discouraged workers who stopped looking for information technology jobs at the height of the recession have returned to the workforce with hopes of landing new positions.
Defense contractors need hands-on candidates who can understand the technical and business issues within the government. Problem is: The demand for these candidates is clearly ahead of the current supply.
"If we don't have human capital in place, the other stuff is not going to work," says Patrick Gorman, former associate director of the Office of National Intelligence. "It is the most critical piece of cybersecurity."