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Automated Collective Action and a Safer More Trusted Internet

The Internet population is expected to double from over 2 billion users today to more than 4 billion by 2020. We are likely to see some considerable advancements in technology, use and approach during this time as the Internet continues to evolve to better meet peoples’ needs. This amount of growth and innovation is exhilarating,...

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Collaborative Cybersecurity: the private sector is essential for a broader dialogue on more effective cybersecurity norms and sustainable confidence building measures

Last week, Jan Neutze and I participated in a dinner discussion on “Building a Secure Cyber Future” that the German Mission to the United Nations and the Atlantic Council organized for the members of the United Nations Group of Government Experts (GGE) on Developments in the field of Information and Telecommunications in the context of...

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Weekly Roundup: June 8, 2012 – Not On My Security Watch

Trending Security News  This week in security news, stories report on the LinkedIn hack, big data, cyber legislation in process, and the consummerization of IT on BYOD trends. Here are some of the security news stories and our two blog picks this week. We focus on highlighting a variety of computer security and cybersecurity news and trends...

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Cybersecurity: Building Safer Computing Experiences in a Connected Society

The Internet now reaches a global population of more than two billion people, and the foundations of modern society are becoming digital. Research shows over the next few years the world will see an unprecedented growth in Internet users, devices and data, which will create vast opportunities for communications and equally daunting security challenges for...

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Cybersecurity Intro Video from RSA Conference 2012 Keynote

We earlier posted Scott Charney’s Keynote at RSA Conference 2012, but that video did not include the 90 second “walk in” video that plays before Scott was introduced.  Several people have sent me email asking if they could get a copy of that video, so I’m making that available today. The 90 second introduction video...

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Weekly Roundup: March 9, 2012 : Circle of Trust

Trending Security News This week security news stories focused on the LulzSec arrests and growing dissent among hackers with CNET reporting LulzSec arrests deal blow to hacker group and the New York Times reporting Arrests Sow Mistrust Inside a Clan of Hackers. The Times op-ed ran a story Tap into the Gifted Young Hackers on...

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Weekly Roundup : March 2, 2012 : RSA U.S. Security Industry Show and Tell

Trending Security News This week at the RSA U.S. 2012 Conference in San Francisco, IT security executives, government leaders and security researchers and hackers gathered together for keynotes and sessions covering a range of topics impacting the industry today. Security experts shared the latest trends and issues facing corporate organizations, governments, and citizens on the Internet and discussed...

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Scott Charney’s Keynote at RSA Conference 2012

Scott Charney’s RSA keynote this morning outlined evolved security, privacy and reliability strategies for cloud and big data. He encouraged industry and governments to adopt more holistic security strategies, create effective privacy principles and improve reliability of devices and services.  Scott discussed the cloud and the concept of big data, the role of governments, and...

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White House Reports on National Strategy for Global Supply Chain Security

Last week the White House released its National Strategy for Global Supply Chain Security fact sheet. I found this to be a very important step forward in addressing one of the most complex challenges facing the United States, as well as, governments around the world.  The strategy identifies twin goals that are intended to promote...

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Weekly Roundup : Jan 27, 2012 : Twitter Announces Censorship Policy for Certain Countries

  Trending Security News The week ended with some ruffled feathers as Twitter announced it would allow some content in certain countries to be censored. The New York Times headlined its coverage as “Twitter Announces Micro-Censorship Policy” while the Mercury News reported that “Activists afraid Twitter’s censorship policy will stifle dissent.” The policy left some...

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