NIST has made freely available, a wide array of useful information security related publications. Here a link to one of the most recent. Tell us what you think of the NIST publications and what role they play in your security … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2011
If you missed the September or October IAS Speakers Series Webinars. They are available for you to view. October 2011 presenter: Dr. Terry Brugger – “The Why and How of Intrusion Detection” September 2011 presenter: Dr. Steve Helwig – “Capella … Continue reading
Intrusion detection was first proposed 30 years ago. Since then a number of usable solutions have appeared in the marketplace, with many more in the research lab. Despite this maturity, many professionals still question its value. Having recently completed the … Continue reading
US Drones are infected by a virus which includes a keylogger. Is there anyone who understands or could explain the statement in the Wired article that they ‘think it is benign?’ Let us know what you think.
There appears to be a debate going on on the hill as to the appropriate role the federal government should play in oversight and enforcement related to cybersecurity. Do you think it is appropriate for the feds to audit and … Continue reading
Students are invited to submit a “public service” video or animated spot aimed at raising awareness of everyday cyber security threats, such as (but not limited to) social networking issues, privacy, malware, downloading un-trusted software, visiting infected websites, opening unknown … Continue reading
So what if I take over a botnet to do my research? Oct, 6, 2011, noon to Oct, 6, 2011, 1:00 p.m. Room 110 Stafford I An examination of the current state of Ethics in Information and Communications Technology Research … Continue reading