October 12, 2013    /    by

Data Leakage: Rogue IT problems and solutions

Is rogue IT threatening to cause a major breach?

October 5, 2013    /    by

Unintended consequences: The government shutdown is hitting home in surprising ways

From home mortgages to university grants to interns enhancing their career prospects, the federal government shutdown of 2013 is hitting home - and hitting hard.

September 29, 2013    /    by

Governors Release Compelling Cyber Roadmap for States

The NGA released a new compelling strategy paper called Act and Adjust: A Call to Action for Governors for Cybersecurity.

September 22, 2013    /    by

October Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Boom or Shutdown Bust?

Another National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) begins on October 1, 2013, and this could be the best or one of the worst ever. This is why...

September 14, 2013    /    by

Cybersecurity intelligence and new legislation: What's next?

The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) organization just held an excellent summit on CSPAN that is worth a second look.

September 9, 2013    /    by

Full Inbox: How spam is making a comeback

Spam is back. But this new spam is harder to deal with. Here are some tips to help.

September 1, 2013    /    by

'Major cyber event' coming, says Secretary Napolitano

Outgoing Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano warned that a major cyber attack is coming

August 26, 2013    /    by

Dreaming big on new technology: Future or fantasy?

There have been a number of futuristic technology ventures recently announced that are either visionary game-changers or a huge waste of money.

August 18, 2013    /    by

Blackout 2003: Governments Are Still Responding Ten Years Later

Where were you when the lights went out in 2003?

August 12, 2013    /    by

Tracking by Advertisers Depends on Trust

How much tracking by advertisers is ok? The answer relies on trust...