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Saving the Critical Infrastructure

by Stephen Bryen

founder and former head of the Defense Technology Security Administration

I have been writing about cyber security for many years.  I believe I have some credibility in this field.   647 more words

Technology And Security

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Did you winterize your electronic security system?

Winter hasn’t officially arrived yet, but with over 50% of the lower 48 blanketed in snow, according to the Washington Post, you still might have time to winterize your Electronic Security Systems. 266 more words

Critical Infrastructure

Providing The “Right” Video Surveillance Solution

There are hundreds of video security systems products on the market and selecting the right system to meet your physical security needs can be a difficult. 350 more words

Critical Infrastructure

US Policy and Cyber Attacks: A Byte for a Byte

Stephen Bryen

CEO at Ziklag Systems LLC

The Pentagon put in place Plan X to deal with cyber attacks. Apparently Plan X creates the mechanism for the Pentagon to counter attack against a cyber intruder.

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Technology And Security

How Smart Cities & the Internet-of-Everything will Save us All

We’ve all seen the cool, futuristic Cisco commercials that show a utopia where happy people walk through clean streets while breathing clean air, and connected devices make personal and professional tasks simple and efficient.   376 more words


ABI Research: $100B cybersecurity spending for critical infrastructure by 2020

ABI Research calculates cybersecurity spending for critical infrastructure protection will reach $109 billion globally by 2020. The majority of spending will focus on securing the financial sector and the ICT infrastructure, with the North American and European regions pumping the most into network, systems, and data security. 168 more words

Holiday Shoppers To Avoid Hacked Stores: The Ripple Effect

Want more proof that Cybersecurity is the most important threat to our country’s security?  A recent study by CreditCards.com found that one-half of all holiday shoppers say that the plan to avoid shopping at stores they know have been hacked due to fears of having their credit card information stolen. 156 more words