Monthly Archives: July 2011


Be Careful What You Buy

Posted on by Dr. Steven Brown

As if worrying about downloading software with possible viruses and other malware, now you have to be worried about technology you buy having spyware and other intrusive software. Share your thoughts?      

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How Can We Protect Personal Data?

Posted on by Dr. Steven Brown

As this scandal unfolds, it seems that private and personal information was intercepted, collected and transmitted. While, it may be illegal to intercept communications, if individuals, by law owned anything personal to them – could we have this situation where … Continue reading

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DoD Cybersecurity Report

Posted on by Mary Brown

The department of defense has published it’s cybersecurity report. Are there any surprises or innovations in this that you found promising? Tell us what you think.

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Phone Hacking Scandal Impact on Infosec?

Posted on by Mary Brown

More organizations are integrating personal mobile devices into their trusted networks. What are the implications of the phone hacking practice on the overall risk level to organizations and how can this risk be mitigated or managed? Tell us what you … Continue reading

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