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Boeing’s Barbara Fast on Growth of DoD Cyber Spending

According to The New New Internet, Barbara Fast, vice president of Cyber  Solutions at Boeing, “believes that the federal government will continue to increase spending levels on cybersecurity despite larger budgetary cutbacks. Over the next few year, Fast thinks that the Department of Defense will increase spending on both offensive and defensive capabilities, particularly as U.S. opponents continue to increase their cyber capabilities. U.S. cyber opponents are able to quickly adapt their attack strategies, taking advantage of new technological advances or vulnerabilities.”

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