Identity of Things: IoT Security

Author(s):

Tricia A. Howard, ,

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It is no secret that IoT Security (or lack thereof) has taken the industry by storm – and with good reason. Thanks to a couple of newsworthy incidents involving the (in)famous Internet of Things, most organizations are rethinking their overall IoT security posture. However, that is a daunting task to master. With such a variety … Read more

National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

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Each October, National Cyber Security Awareness Month rolls around. Sponsored by the National Cyber Security Division, this month encourages us to approach our digital lives with awareness and caution. The NCSA takes time this month to reach out to Americans with tips for cyber hygiene. Additionally, the NCSA provides educational guides to online security. The … Read more

From the Spring 2015 Issue

How to Win at Cyber-Chess: Leveraging Neuro Analytics in Your Cyberspace

Author(s):

Dr. Alenka Brown, President , McClure, Brown & Associates LLC

Mr. Jason Christman, MS, CISSP, PMP, Subject Matter Expert, McClure, Brown, & Associates® LLC

The cyber domain presents limitless opportunities for cyber threat actors while causing significant challenges for cybersecurity professionals. While our current time might be construed by historians as the golden age of cybercrime, it is also an age that offers new ways and means to counter these crimes. Neuro-behavior forensics is such a means, permitting the … Read more

From the Spring 2015 Issue

In 2015, It’s All about the Data

Author(s):

Eric L. Qualkenbush, Director, Office of Central Cover; Director, Training and Education, retired, Central Intelligence Agency

T. Casey Fleming, Chairman and CEO, BLACKOPS Partners Corporation

A New World  2014 taught us that massive security breaches are the new normal for U.S. companies, government agencies, and universities. Some of the most prominent were Target, Home Depot, Neiman Marcus, Apple’s iCloud, Michaels, the U.S. Postal Service, the IRS, Community Health Services, UPS, Staples, the State Department, Sands Casinos, USIS, eBay, PF Chang’s, … Read more