Monthly Archives: November 2011


Multi-Function Device Security Holes?

Posted on by Mary Brown

Good reminder of those less than obvious points of risk on our networks. How serious a threat do you think multi-function devices present to organizations? Share your thoughts.     Mary

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Recording of Nov. 14 Webinar Now Available

Posted on by Keith Morneau

If you missed the November 14 IAS Speakers Series Webinar: Are we already in a “Cyber-War”? Does it matter? featuring Dr. McClain, here is a recording.  

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Water Pump Evidence of Cyberattack?

Posted on by Mary Brown

There’s been conversations for years now, about the potential risk to critical infrastructure through exploitation of SCADA systems. Is this a concrete example of those concerns come to life and if so, what do you recommend be done to mitigate … Continue reading

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Comments on the NICE Cybersecurity Framework

Posted on by Mary Brown

The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) has published for comment a framework for Cybersecurity. Comments are requested by December 16, 2011. Do you like the functional framework and do you think it is effective? Tell us what you think. … Continue reading

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Nov. 14 Webinar: Are we already in a “Cyber-War”? Does it matter?

Posted on by Keith Morneau

Webinar: Are we already in a “Cyber-War”? Does it matter? November 14, 2011 @ 7:00 pm CST Numerous newspaper and magazine articles, television and Internet reports, and scholarly writings have declared over the past two years that we may already … Continue reading

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