Posts Tagged ‘access control’

A $1 Billion Access Control Mistake

Monday, September 15th, 2008

It has been widely reported and blogged about how an old United Airlines story was posted with huge stock value loss…


Carnegie Mellon’s Data Privacy Head Urges Development of New Privacy Technologies

Wednesday, July 11th, 2007

I enjoy reading Scientific American Magazine. And I especially am interested in reading their articles that touch upon, or directly address, information security, privacy or compliance. It is always nice to see the views of practitioners, educators, researchers and others who are not on the typical information security circuit of publications.


How Access Management Compliance Supports Good Business

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

Many business leaders I speak with now have great concern for data protection law and regulation compliance, which is certainly prudent. However, often when digging into the details of their compliance plans and activities, I find most of the effort and budget is going towards initiatives for firewall and perimeter protection, with increasing implementations for encryption.