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Cloud Computing Security at Newsweek

– Daniel Lyons will publish an op-ed on the insecurity of cloud computing in Newsweek‘s February 1st, 2010 issue. The  main thrust of the article can be summarized as such: But there is one big, glaring problem with cloud computing, and it just got laid bare in Google’s recent problems…

Securing the Web – Dream On

– There are times when a reasonable person might have doubts about their views on a particular topic, especially when so few others appear to advocate the same drastic measures as oneself. So imagine my surprise and sense of validation when I attended a presentation by Roel Schouwenberg, who is a…

Hope, Fear and Objectivity in National Security: Obama and Chertoff

– Whether or not Barack Obama was your candidate of choice, his Presidency has ushered in a positive response from around the globe. His supporters call this the politics of hope. And, it is in direct opposition to the outgoing US President Bush who’s political tactics are called the politics…

Are We Less Secure Now Than Before?

– The information security professional faces a curious dichotomy in this field. Ask a bunch of security pros and many will tell you a main reason they enjoy it is that there is always something new happening. But that is often just a euphemism – “new” often means a growing threat…