The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) of 2002 was authored with good intentions, but has endured very poor execution. It’s a generally well known fact that FISMA has had many critics over the years that accuse the law of focusing more on documentation than actual implementation of security practices within the federal space – including the Department of Defense (DoD).
-Ask the Expert
-Securing Telework and Remote Delivery of Dispersed Teams
-Workplace Privacy in the Cyber Age: Really?
-Delivery Options for Upstream Intelligence
-The Air Force Institute of Technology – Center for Cyberspace Research
-Subject Matter Expert
-Upstream Intelligence in the World of Legal Compliance and Liability
-International Conference on Information Warfare and Security