This week’s High Five include a couple of stories about how technology is affecting governmental organizations. The last three stories all demonstrate the power and pervasiveness of social media on every aspect of our lives; whether we know it or not, and whether we want to admit it or not. #5: Los Angeles adopts Google […]
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This presentation discusses no/low cost approaches to improving cybersecurity and some of the unique challenges faced in securing SCADA systems. Two videos also present evidence that humans are the weakest link in the security chain.
By now, many people are familiar with Cybersquatting – a process whereby a person registers a domain name in bad faith with the intent of reselling it later for a profit. Recent legislation has made it easier for trademark holders and famous persons to obtain their domains from squatters, but the process is by no […]
I recently read two different stories that I probably never would have connected, had I not read them within 24 hours of one another. It struck a chord with me because it made me think about a particular pet peeve of mine in a slightly new way. But more about that later. The first article […]