Government Executive : Vol. 43 No. 10 (8/15/11)
High-profile data breaches are tipping the balance between connecting and protecting people.
By Aliya Sternstein
Political paralysis may pose the biggest hurdle to securing U.S. networks.
By James Andrew Lewis
Government isn't well-organized to combat cyber threats.
By Daniel Gallington
The Wrong War
The insistence on applying Cold War metaphors to cybersecurity is misplaced and counterproductive.
By P. W. Singer and Noah Shachtman
Building Cyber Warriors
With IT security experts in short supply, agencies are shaping the next generation from the ground up.
By Brittany Ballenstedt
Leading the Way
Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves knows firsthand the challenges of governing in a wired world.
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Agencies face enormous obstacles in securing vital networks, but failure isn't an option. By Katherine McIntire Peters
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