Posts Tagged ‘Information Security’

Trust in the Digital World

January 20th, 2011 by SmallPlanetMatt

While Silicon Valley for years cultivated a keep government out of our business public face, fact is that technology innovation and government institutions have long had a productive and largely positive relationship.  Fortunately (I hope) for all things related to commerce and information exchange on the Internet, a growing cooperation in the area of trusted […]

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It Takes “U” to Spell Information Security

August 17th, 2010 by SmallPlanetMatt

“What’s Your Mother’s Maiden Name?”  Participants in a social engineering contest at the recent Defcon in Las Vegas probably didn’t ask. But judging from this CNET report, they certainly learned enough to provide the hacker community with the kinds of clues that expose computer networks to attack.  Even after working with a supplier of embedded […]

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