Month in Review, Monday, May 31, 2010

A review of the some of the month's tops news items, by Eric Chabrow, executive editor of's what you'll find in our review of some of's most compelling content for the month of May:
  • Efforts to update the Federal Information Security Management Act got a boost when the House adopted an amendment to the Defense authorization bill to reform the way the government governs IT security.
  • A testy confrontation occurred between a congressman and a Veterans Affairs executive over IT security breaches at the VA.
  • The author of a new book, Surviving Cyberwar, explains why the term cyberwar is often misused.
  • Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D.-R.I., raises the question whether access to the Internet should be licensed.
  • The Wit and Wisdom of Howard Schmidt, a blog from Howard Anderson.

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