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PKWARE CEO on Wall Street Journal Video: Did Obama's Cybersecurity Proposals Go Far Enough?

Did President Obama's cybersecurity comments and proposals in his State of the Union address go far enough? PKWARE President and CEO Miller Newton takes a look. Photo: Getty

Original source: Wall Street Journal. 1/21/2015

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The Twitter and YouTube accounts for U.S. Central Command were back online Tuesday after being hacked by a group claiming ISIS affiliation. PKWARE CEO & President Miller Newton joins Morning Joe to discuss.

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