ISSA Journal Luglio 2019

 Adv ISSA Journal July 2019

 

ISSA Journal, la rivista mensile riservata ai Soci AIPSI

I principali articoli nell'edizione di Luglio 2019:

  •  Drone Hacking: Mirai in the Sky?, by Clara Andress - ISSA member, Puget Sound Chapter and Jason Andress - ISSA Senior Member, Puget Sound Chapter.This article covers some of the security issues surrounding drones and drone hacking. Discussed are vectors that might be used to scale these up to a Mirai-style attack and some of the steps that could be taken to mitigate such issues.
  • Robotic Process Automation Meets Identity and Access Management, by Maria Schuett - ISSA member, Minnesota Chapter.This article describes a way to manage and secure software robots by extending identity and access management (IAM) capabilities and establishing a foundation from which the organization can effectively evolve and sustain Robotic Process Automation.
  • Security Standards Participation, by Jeff Stapleton - ISSA member, St. Louis Chapter and Phillip H. Griffin - ISSAFellow, Raleigh Chapter.This article describes the benefits for both the employer and the employee when participating in the development of industry standards. The possibilities for company advantages and the potential for personal and professional growth are significant.
  • OWASP: Application Security's Best Friend, by Kelley Bryant - ISSA member, Puget Sound Chapter.This article discusses the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) and the vast amount of information, tools, and guidance this project provides the security and development community.
  • The Python Programming Language: GUI #2, by Constantinos Doskas - ISSA Senior Member, Northern Virginia Chapter.This article continues the discussion about the basic building blocks of the Python programming language. This is the fourth article in the Python training series. The main topic of this article is "Adding widgets to a basic graphical user interface (GUI) using Python." The article will also discuss how information may be posted on GUI widgets.

 Inoltre in questo numero:

  • From the President
  • Sabett's Brief
  • Who Wins in the IoT?
  • The Cryptic Curmudgeon
  • Internet of Things
  • Gray Hat
  • Retro Mining and the Race for QKD
  • Women in Cybersecurity
  • Not an "Only" but One of a Few: An Interview with Mollie Krehnke
  • Open Forum
  • Mitigating Supply Chain Risk through Insider Threat Programs
  • Security in the News
  • Crypto Corner
  • Waiting for CISO
  • Ethics Committee
  • Building on a Comfortable Gray Area
  • Association News
  • Kelley Archer - Man of Many Hats
  • ISSA Education Foundation
  • Career Center

 

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