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Tag Archives: BITS

The Bankers and the Lawmen Should be Cyber Friends

– When I read Matthew Goldstein’s February 24, 2015 article “Wall St. and Law Firms Plan Cooperative Body to Bolster Online Security,” in the DealB%k section of The New York Times, I was reminded of the song from Rogers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma” about how farmers and cowmen should get…

Is Software Disposal a Security Issue?

– I’ve done a fair amount of work on DLP (Data Leakage Protection), a major goal of which is ensuring that data media do not contain sensitive personal and intellectual property when they are thrown out. Approaches to achieving this include wiping out (overwriting or degaussing) electromagnetic…

So-so SASO … So What?

– A couple of days ago, I happened across Oracle CISO Mary Ann Davidson’s August 24, 2011 blog, “Those Who Can’t Do, Audit” at http://blogs.oracle.com/maryanndavidson/entry/those_who_can_t_do and began writing a column about Davidson’s blog. Then I was pointed to Veracode’s Chris…

I3P Cyber Security Research Recommendations

– The Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection (I3P), which is affiliated with Dartmouth College, has issued a report, which was developed from a forum co-chaired by US Senators Joseph Lieberman and Susan Collins, respectively chairman and ranking member of the US Senate Committee on…