USAID Finds Safe Haven from Hackers
Uganda, Senegal, Uzbekistan, Moldova, Ecuador, Haitióname any impoverished country in the world, and the U.S. Agency for International Development is probably there on the ground. Increasingly, however, USAID's humanitarian offense is relying on a solid IT security defense.
With a new financial record-keeping system due to come online within the next six months, USAID has sharpened its focus on hacking threats, using SIM (security incident management) technology to correlate and manage data from political and humanitarian hot spots around the world and to keep billions of dollars in U.S. development money flowing. USAID Finds Safe Haven from Hackers
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