Are Programming Languages Secure?

  The informative and instructive posts on this blog about programming in the R Programming Language, and a colleague’s recent suggestion that I use F# for a particular task, got me thinking about the current proliferation of programming languages. As a working college student,  I designed and implemented a couple of programming languages and modified […]
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From Computer Music to Device Signatures: Using RF Emissions

At my first computer job, we were warned not to try to use radios in the machine room as the computers emitted radiation that would interfere with the reception. Of course, we all had to listen. Some people (not us) cleverly programmed computers to play music over AM radios using these electromagnetic emissions. Others programmed […]
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4 Root Causes of Cyber Security Failures

Root cause summary as described in my testimony for the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government on the recent Office of Personnel Management (OPM) data breaches. Four primary root causes have led to the massive data breaches and compromises of core mission IT systems in multiple government agencies and many private sector […]
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Your New Device Probably Isn’t Secure

The overwhelming majority of people who purchase computer and networking equipment – whether for home or office – seem to believe that the products will be secure. They probably aren’t. I’ve talked about default passwords before. The basic idea is that manufacturers want to make their products easy for purchasers to configure. To that end, […]
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Increase ROI on Each Training Dollar Spent with Learning Tree’s ACCELERATION WORKSHOPS™

Let’s focus on the Activation Training level in our blended learning model, which helps learners on their actual projects and processes with pragmatic support to improve cost, schedule, performance, or customer satisfaction.   WHAT IS AN ACCELERATION WORKSHOP? There is an approach that has proven to be highly effective in driving sustained and positive process […]
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