International Cyber Conflicts @ Coursera

I just finished the course 'International Cyber Conflicts' at Coursera.  The course was developed and led by professors Sanjay Goel and Kevin Williams from the State University of New York at Albany.  This was a five week course that consisted of recorded presentations with inline questions; discussion forums; and end of week quizzes. The presentations … Continue reading International Cyber Conflicts @ Coursera

The State of Internet Privacy? In Shambles. Moving on.

Many would consider me an Internet old timer.  I used 'The Internet'; then ARPAnet back in the days when I worked as a Software Engineer for a US defense contractor. Securing communications and having confidence in message integrity; both in the identity of the sender and in the integrity in the content have always been … Continue reading The State of Internet Privacy? In Shambles. Moving on.

New Apple Guidelines Explain What Data the Company Will Provide to Law Enforcement

ars technica has a great article that explains recently published Apple guidelines regarding what customer data the company will provide to law enforcement.  Reviewing and understanding Apple's position is important as the companies consumer devices such as the iPhone, the iPad, and Mac computers running OS/X readily provide users the capability to use both local … Continue reading New Apple Guidelines Explain What Data the Company Will Provide to Law Enforcement