Unlike most other infosec/ITsec blogs (hereinafter "infosec" rather than "ITsec"), this blog will not focus on news items; this blog is already providing links to the five most recent items from an aggregated feed that I run covering several dozen infosec news blogs.
Instead, this blog will focus on infosec R&D, split roughly between emerging endeavors over the next 1-2 years and 3-5 years. If you want to know how Worf thwarts nanobots, read Kurzweil's stuff; this blog is focused on practical apps.
Volume will be relatively low (1-2 items each week) and each post will be relatively brief (about 200-300 words), usually an original article summary with a bottom line recommendation.
- PEI framework for collaborative computing
- Securing a desktop data grid
- Trust-by-wire in IP networks
- WLAN steganography
- Behavioral modeling of ideologically-motivated snowball attacks
- ACM Transactions on Information and System Security
- Computers & Security
- Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing
- International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES), Proceedings of the
- IEEE International Symposium on Applied Machine Intelligence and Informatics (SAMI), Proceedings of the
- IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center
- Sandia National Laboratories
- Thomson R&D, Security Laboratory
- Philips Research Europe, Information & System Security Group
- Fraunhofer IESE (Institut Experimentelles Software Engineering)
Once again, welcome to Zero-Day Defense.
- David Scott Lewis