We need to do more to protect Americans in cyberspace. Like defenders of the Alamo, consumers and businesses are no match alone for our enemies (foreign and domestic) who freely prowl on our citizens.
Posts Tagged: cyberspace
On 1-2 November, the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office will be hosting the London Conference on Cyberspace (www.fco.gov.uk/londoncyber) The conference will cover a number of different themes including social benefits of the web, economic growth and development, safe and reliable access online, cyber crime and international security. It will be an opportunity for citizens toRead… Read more »
Beth Beck, Space Operations Outreach Manager at NASA, has created a national community of rocketry and exploration enthusiasts. And she’s helped a generation unfamiliar with the thrills of NASA’s Mercury and Apollo eras understand that the space agency is more than budget battles and tragically lost Space Shuttles. How has Beck boosted outer spaceRead… Read more »
The IBM Center for the Business of Government recently posted this article from Dan Chenok on its blog: On Monday, at an event with the Secretaries of State, Commerce, Homeland Security, the Attorney General, and the Deputy Secretary of Defense, the Obama Administration released its international strategy for cyberspace. The strategy, described in a postRead… Read more »
Jeremy Grant, senior executive advisor for ID management to the Information Technology Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, has a very large task. He is responsible for establishing a program office for the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, or NSTIC. Find out more about how Grant is working to keepRead… Read more »
I certainly wouldn’t have chosen this topic to be the first entry in a blog here. That decision was forced on me by my brother who did a very foolish thing while visiting me that involved creating an account here under a fake name. I don’t know what he posted. He was subsequently banned andRead… Read more »