News of Note—Cybersecurity, Infoblox, Quintillion

news of note

> Florida has one of the highest rates of identity theft in the U.S., and it is on a mission to become a cybersecurity leader. Tampa Bay Times article

> Analysts and companies predict major growth for the internet of things in the coming years, and congressional lawmakers are taking a closer look at examining potential privacy issues and establishing a statutory authority for connected devices. Network World article 

> Infoblox, the network control company that provides Actionable Network Intelligence, has appointed Sammie Walker as chief marketing officer. Release

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> FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel has named Umair Javed as legal adviser, with primary responsibility for wireless and international issues. Release

> Alaska has completed its segment of an international fiber-optic system that will eventually link London and Tokyo via the Arctic, a move that will give northern Alaska communities another broadband option. Associated Press article

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