Information Security in Today's Digital Culture

Author Archives: Nathaniel James

Voice Over IP Security

September 18th, 2009 | Posted by Nathaniel James in Encryption | Security - (0 Comments)

According to NIST, with the proliferation of VOIP, the demands for security are significantly compounded.  Now, network administrators must protect two invaluable assets – our data and our conversations. Federal agencies are required by law to protect a great deal of information, even if it is unclassified. The current Internet architecture does not provide the …
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President Obama’s Cyber Security Policy

July 9th, 2009 | Posted by Nathaniel James in Security | Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

President Obama’s new cyber security policy and the creation of a White House office for cyber defense is a step in the right direction. I think the new cyber boss can be effective regardless of title or hierarchical position within the White House. According to the Cyberspace Policy Review referenced above, the Federal government cannot …
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Avoid Becoming a Data Loss Victim

May 4th, 2009 | Posted by Nathaniel James in Compliance | Security - (0 Comments)

With the current US economy downturn, cyber crime is increasing at an alarming rate. Let’s face it – data loss can quickly become a public relations nightmare for any business. Solid Core conducted a survey [] of 201 IT and compliance professionals and found that more than half of the respondents admitted their organization either …
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