From: The Washington Post


President Obama’s former National Security Advisor Thomas Donilon on Tuesday urged Internet users to employ better “cyber hygiene” to protect themselves in a rapidly evolving cyber threat landscape.

At FOSE 2014, Washington’s annual federal IT expo, Donilon gave a keynote talk called “America’s Foreign, Defense and Cyber Policy: An Insider’s Perspective,”during which he said cyber threats are “more sophisticated and pervasive as the world leads more of its business life and its personal life and its security online.”

There are “increasing threats, and increasing responsibility for the government, for companies, other organizations and individuals to act in a way that protects these networks.”

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