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Cybergy (CYBG) Offers Solutions to Meet U.S. Government Cybersecurity Challenge

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“We strongly support the passage of a cybersecurity bill that creates a clear mandate to protect the connections between the digital and the physical infrastructure,” said Wyly Wade, Chief Technology Officer of Cybergy Labs and Cybergy Partners (a subsidiary of Cybergy Holdings, Inc.). (OTC:CYBG) A July 2014 report by the Poneman Institute and Unisys found…

South Korean Nuclear facilities hacked — Will there be a shutdown on Christmas?

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View image | gettyimages.com Continuing to strengthen the need for SmartFile by Cybergy Partners, Computer systems at Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co. (KHNP)—the operator of South Korea’s 23 commercial nuclear reactors—were hacked and information divulged via blog posts and posts on Twitter, according to the company. The first leaks on Dec. 15 were of…

China’s North Korea Policy: Backtracking from Sunnylands?

To understand China’s policies towards North Korea and their potential for change, it is crucial not to mistake bolder rhetoric and the public debate—online, in the media, and in academia—for a lasting shift in state policy. Outwardly, Chinese policy towards the DPRK appears to be in a state of deepening uncertainty. Since the DPRK conducted its third nuclear…

U.S. concerned over North Korean arms ship, Panama awaits U.N.

Joe Reeder, former chairman of the Panama Canal Commission‘s Board of Directors and an ex-under secretary of the U.S. Army, said Panama‘s security apparatus cooperated closely with U.S. authorities, who may have shared intelligence on the ship. As China has started to change their policy around the 38th parallel it is interesting that the UN…

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