Posts By Chris Coleman

From uranium enrichment to Internet enabled kegerators – Collaboration is key

The recent stir around the Stuxnet malware definitely ups the ante as it pertains to the potential damage that a piece of software can invoke. For those of you not familiar with this recent finding, stuxnet essentially hunts down a specific Siemens programmable logic controller (something that facilitates electromechanical processes) and disrupts the timing ofRead… Read more »

What if……….. Internet Gaming Systems and Security

What if ………… My son has recently become a Call of Duty, World at War addict. For those of you not familiar with this popular game it is what is referred to as a “first person shooter” in which players collaboratively take on other players in global cyber space. The game was first released forRead… Read more »