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Tag Archives: NASA

Convenience vs. Data Breaches … Avoidance is an Answer

– In “If You’re Collecting Our Data, You Ought to Protect It” in the Business Section of The New York Times of February 17, 2013, Natasha Singer describes how a data breach involving the personal nonpublic information of some 40,000 current and former NASA employees was preceded by an…

Singular Security

– As infosec professionals continue to struggle mightily trying keep up with the security and privacy vulnerabilities introduced by new technologies and IT environments, such as Web 2.0, Web 3.0 and Cloud Computing, there is a new game in town … singularity. As I will describe, singularity…

Satyam – A Hot (not Sweet) Potato

– It seems that the “big one” in outsourcing has happened in the form of Satyam’s chairman cooking the books to the tune of over $1 billion. Another “black swan” raises its ugly head (no offense to swans intended). While the impact on Satyam of the admission of…