Monthly Archives: November 2009


Securing Health Data

Posted on by Mary Brown

Matthew Sturdevant reports on the latest breach of health data involving the theft of a hard drive. With the move towards a national health information network gaining speed, does this incident provide an example of some of the increased risks … Continue reading

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Congress and cybersecurity – What is their role?

Posted on by Mary Brown

Eric Chabrow at GovInfoSecurity.gov interviews Yvette Clarke who chairs the house subcommittee that is responsible for cybersecurity.  She speaks to the status of the cybersecurity czar position as well as speaking to initiatives being proposed for national data breach and … Continue reading

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How significant is the newest SSL vulnerability?

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Security researchers are lining up along both sides of the issue as to whether or not the recently discovered vulnerability in SSL is actually significant or not.  What do you think about the seriousness of this issue and what do … Continue reading

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National Career Development Month

Posted on by Nona Haller

Each year, the National Career Development Association celebrates November as National Career Development Month to highlight the importance of life-long career development. The Career Center at Capella University invites you to take the month of November to reassess your career … Continue reading

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