Two thoughts for today. I found a resource that is a free Google App that looks great. for those that do much web conferencing, or need to do some but can't justify the cost of the big commercial products, check out Vyew in the Google App Store. Very Cool.
Second Thought: Where do we sacrifice security for social involvement? Some organizations, whether schools, non-profits, or other agencies, often feel a certain pressure to provide resources to the community around them. Where do you draw the line between offering those resources to the community and sacrificing your network security? Is there a way to offer the desired services and still maintain the integrity of the organization? this question is one that encourages InfoSec to push their businesses to look at their community involvement from new angles and to see new ways to offer services that once came from a different space. Not only can this be an opportunity to tighten security for the organization but may also be an opportunity to enhance the serv
I have been doing information assurance and security work for many years with a focus on network security monitoring and incident handling. I have been working in IT for more than fifteen years with a focus on architecture and systems.