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ISSA Journal - August 2017

Adv Issa Journal August 2017


I principali articoli del numero di Agosto  2017 di ISSA Journal, riservato ai Soci AIPSI, includono:

  • The Future of Cybersecurity Needs Eyes and AIs on the Inside, by Jason Kichen - ISSA member, Puget Sound Chapter. Security data collection is often plentiful but underutilized. It can be used to establish "network normal" behavior and serve as a foundation for the application of artificial intelligence to ferret out an adversary once in the network where he is at his weakest and most vulnerable.
  • Battening Down for the Rising Tide of IoT Risks, by Anthony J. Ferrante. This article will discuss how the Internet of things has evolved over the last two decades and the security risks that have emerged as a result. It will include a discussion of the key problems with IoT development and regulation and the most pressing challenges security professionals need to consider when developing programs that include IoT security.
  • Blockchain: Considerations for Infosec, by Gerry McGreevy - ISSA member, South Texas Chapter. This article will make a technical introduction to what blockchains are, how they work, and from an infosec perspective what their strengths and vulnerabilities are, emerging industry standards for blockchains, use cases, and other topics of interest as to why blockchain technology is of interest to infosec professionals.
  • When You Cannot Be Silent: Whistle-Blowing 2.0, by Avani Desai - ISSA Women in Security SIG member. When we think of whistle-blowing, it tends to have a negative connotation—sometimes for the right reason. This article discusses how whistle-blowing has changed in the online world to "cyber whistle-blowing" or whistle-blowing 2.0.
  • Disrupting the Disruptors: How Cybersecurity Can Confront Hackers and a Skilled Worker Shortage with Its Own Disruptive Technologies, by Tyson Macaulay. This article discusses some of the emerging security technologies that can help address a growing cyber-skills gap and combat malicious adversaries but that also offer the potential for disruption.

 Ulterriori articoli e rubriche in questo numero:

  • From the President
  • Hello, ISSA Members and Friends
  • Sabett's Brief
  • Blocking and Tackling as "Disruptive" Technologies
  • Herding Cats
  • Security Disrupts Disruption
  • Security Awareness
  • Data Breach Communications
  • Crypto Corner
  • Blockchain Versus the GDPR
  • Perspective: Women in Security SIG
  • Disruption Junction: Innovation Takeaways
  • Security in the News
  • Association News
  • International Election Results
  • Journal Scholastic Writing Award for Best Student Article
  • Education Foundation Adds Director
  • Thanking Outgoing Board Members for Their Service
  • Ciso Forum
  • CISO Virtual Mentoring Series
  • CSCL Pre-Professional Virtual Meet-Ups


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