Monthly Archives: July 2010


Top Secret America

Posted on by Dr. Steven Brown

A very interesting two year research report from the Washington Post discusses the state of the United States Intelligent community, and the problems in dealing with its growth. What do you think?

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Learner Spotlight: Phillip Griffin

Posted on by Dr. Steven Brown

Capella Learner Phillip Griffin, who is completing his Masters of Information Assurance, has been asked to present at 2010 ISSA Web conference: Biometrics: State of the Union and discuss the latest in biometric access and security. Congratulations Phillip.

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Stuxnet WORM Exploits Default Password in SCADA systems

Posted on by Mary Brown

A couple of weeks back I posed the question as to what the role might be of the federal government in securing the Internet. This week it was brought to light that there is a WORM running around the Internet … Continue reading

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CISSE Conference

Posted on by Dr. Steven Brown

Recently, Dr. Steven Brown and Professor Mary Brown presented at the 14th national Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education (CISSE). Their presentation focused on the need to include learning models into the curriculum for information assurance. Review the presentation and … Continue reading

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What is the Role of the Fed in Securing the Internet?

Posted on by Mary Brown

It seems that the conversation is continuing as to the potential impact that increased involvement by the federal government in Internet Security might have on privacy and personal freedom. Tell us what you think.

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