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NIST Helps Cut Vendor Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt about Cloud Computing June 28, 2012

The National Institute of Standards (NIST) has developed guidelines for cloud computing and cloud security based upon extensive research for a reference architecture which includes taxonomies that define roles, services and service deployment models. Their approach has been to invite…

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Flame Virus: How malware became the new weapon of war June 12, 2012

The Flame virus uses a MD5 collision attack to generate a rogue Microsoft digital code-signing certificate. With the certificate in hand, the virus passes the malware to Windows computers as an update from Microsoft. It is recommended that certificate authorities stop signing digital…

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May Lunch N' Learn features NIST SP 800-130 presented by Scott Shorter May 25, 2012

May's Lunch N' Learn included an in-depth look at NIST Special Publication 800-130, "A Framework for Designing Cryptographic Key Management Systems." Some of the topics covered during the presentation included an introduction to cyptography and cryptographic services, Cryptographic Key…

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Adopting FICAM Version 2 Best Practices presented at April Lunch N' Learn April 19, 2012

Guest Speaker Ron Martin, the Executive Director of Open Security Exchange was gracious enough to come present, "Adopting FICAM Version 2 Best Practices for PACS federation and OMB M-11-11." The presentation covered the essential elements of FICAM version 2 and what has changed since version 1…

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PKI Fundamentals presented at March Lunch N' Learn March 30, 2012

President and CEO Dr. Sarbari Gupta discussed PKI fundamentals during our most recent lunch n' learn event. Some of the topics covered during the presentation included public key infrastructure and its architectural entities (certificate authority, subscriber, relying party, and repository),…

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DNSSEC presented at February Lunch N' Learn February 24, 2012

DNSSEC is a suite of protocols (RFCs 4033-4035) extending the Domain Name Service to add authentication and prevent spoofing and domain cache poisoning. Scott Shorter held the presentation and discussed the current threats to DNS, how DNSSEC addressed them and the Federal DNSSEC Deployment…

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