Monthly Archives: August 2010


Emergency Response Exercise in the Upper Midwest

Posted on by Mary Brown

A consortium of information, phyiscal security and emergency management organizations have put together an exercise that may be of interest for those able to attend. If you are able to attend, share your experience.

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Online pictures create potential physical security risks

Posted on by Mary Brown

Did you know that your pictures include location information? Check this out and let us know what you think .

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Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) – How does it fit?

Posted on by Mary Brown

Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) seems to be entering the lexicon of information security more frequently these days. What do you think about this concept and where do you think it fits within an overall information security strategy? Share your thoughts.

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News from Black Hat conference: “Black Hat: DHS calls for attitude adjustment”

Posted on by Dr. Steven Brown

An interesting comment was made by Jane Lute, Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Ms. Lute advocates for a more open approach to the Internet and not that of the unlawful wild west– but a place … Continue reading

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