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From the Spring 2016 Issue

The Need for a Cybersecurity Neighborhood Watch

Author(s):

Rick Lipsey, Senior Strategic Cyber Lead, LMI

As crime rates rose in the early 1970s, Americans began coming together to improve the security of their neighborhoods. They established stronger communities, promoted pride, and built trust that brought members together to deter would-be criminals.  They exchanged ideas and best practices for securing their homes and protecting themselves. Collectively and individually, they developed a clearer … Read more

From the Summer 2015 Issue

Improving Your Cybersecurity Posture with Enterprise Architecture

Author(s):

Didier M. Perdu, Ph.D., , LMI

Rick Lipsey, Senior Strategic Cyber Lead, LMI

Roxanne Everetts, D.M., , National Defense University

Introduction  Managing risks to mission accomplishment is what cybersecurity is all about. Most everyone in a given organization can agree on this as a goal, but getting mission owners, information technology (IT) providers, and security personnel to come together on how it should be done is another matter. Mission owners focus on results: bombs on … Read more

From the Spring 2015 Issue

Getting Cybersecurity off the Back Burner and into the Boardroom

Author(s):

Rick Lipsey, Senior Strategic Cyber Lead, LMI

Maybe it was the Sony hack, with corporate executives initially bowing to hacker demands while trying to recover from a multi-million dollar virtual smash-and-grab. Maybe it was the compromise of the Navy network and the resulting necessity of a task force to assess and shore up their defenses. Maybe it was the loss of 80 … Read more