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Everything is more better with Cyber on it

by Jay Heiser  |  September 13, 2013

I'm feeling the walls of our linguisitic purity come crashing down, battered by the waves of language evolution.  In short, I'm ready to acknowledge an increasingly popular usage, and start using...

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Playing chess with APTs

by Dan Blum  |  December 28, 2012

During a briefing from the top security analyst at one of the Washington-area cyber centers, I got the idea that resisting targeted attacks from sophisticated adversaries (so-called advanced persistent threats,...

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We’re Right, We’re Free, We’ll Fight, You’ll See

by Dan Blum  |  February 29, 2012

Only in San Francisco would Art Coviello end a keynote address to a security audience with those lyrics, which he called “the immortal words of Twisted Sister.” But the feeling...

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Proposing an International Cyberweapons Control Protocol

by Dan Blum  |  February 20, 2012

Stuxnet. Duku. DigiNotar. Commodo.  The names of exploits and breached organizations reel past like dark clouds of a gathering storm. Cybersecurity programs spread ominously around the world. I’ve seen the...

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Definition of Cyberwar: No Results Found

by Dan Blum  |  July 12, 2011

There is no definition of “cyberwar” but there’s plenty of colloquial use of the term. Especially lately. As multiple breaches and DDOS attacks struck the U.S. and Europe in...

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Considering all side of the issues: A lawyer looks at NSTIC

by Ian Glazer  |  July 21, 2010

As you likely know by now, White House has released a draft strategy on the need for and use of an identity ecosystem. Known as the National Strategy for Trusted...

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Dangerous Times: Shared Intelligence Plays a Vital Role

by Dan Blum  |  July 11, 2010

As the Catalyst North America conference of July 26-30 draws near, my antenna is tuned to anything that might inspire ideas for my joint presentation with Phil Schacter: "Dangerous Times:...

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