Monthly Archives: January 2016

Cyber Security: The Business View – A Dark Reading Virtual Event

Is your business prepared for a cyber breach? Join Dark Reading and top cyber security experts for this online event that will offer a comprehensive look at the security-related issues facing today’s businesses – and how you should respond.

Posted in CyberSecurity | Leave a comment

SlashDot Security Roundup

Today is a particularly active news day for CyberSecurity as reported by SlashDot. We have another high-profile hacking, this time the Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper has been added to the Wall of Sheep. BlackBerrys can be cracked by … Continue reading

Posted in CyberSecurity | 1 Comment

Free Online CyberSecurity Course

Are you interested in learning more about cybersecurity? Cory Doctorow, a visiting professor at The Open University, is conducting a class called “Introduction to CyberSecurity.” While the current class started on October 13, 2015, it will no doubt be offered … Continue reading

Posted in CyberSecurity | 15 Comments

Juniper Backdoor

The recently disclosed backdoor in Juniper firewalls also covered extensively here poses a very interesting question. If the code was “unauthorized,” how did it get distributed? Rather than speculating in the post, I would like to present the opportunity for … Continue reading

Posted in CyberSecurity | 1 Comment

The Datagram – Volume 1 Number 1

Our Newsletter is “The Datagram.” Here is our first issue.  

Posted in Newsletter | 1 Comment

CyberSecurity SIG Meeting – January 27, 2016

January 27, 2016 6:00 PM Exec Comm Meeting 6:30 – 7:00 PM Networking 7:00 – 8:00 PM Meeting Dinner: $5 members               $7 nonmembers ATEP, 15445 Lansdowne Road, Tustin, CA, Room #D106 Presenter: Mark Wich For reservations please go to

Posted in Meetings | 1 Comment