Global Cybersecurity Standards … Another Plea

“The Editor’s Letter,” in the May 2017 issue of the Communications of the ACM (CACM) by Moshe Y Vardi is about “Cyber Insecurity and Cyber Libertarianism.” The column is available at https://cacm.acm.org/magazines/2017/5/216316-cyber-insecurity-and-cyber-libertarianism/fulltext# Vardi’s column recognizes the deficiencies in cybersecurity that I’ve been harping on for years. He writes the following: “So here we are, 70 years
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Cybersecurity Risk Model … Implicit or Explicit Consensus?

Whenever you engage with an online vendor or service, you must first click on the “Agree” button to indicate that you will honor the stated terms and conditions mandated by the site owner. Most individuals click the “Agree” button without thinking, knowing that activating the “Don’t Agree” button will result in your not being able
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Cybersecurity’s “Forward to the Past”

On June 21, 2017, Congress received a letter from 103 eminent cybersecurity experts and researchers (the list was compiled by NEDC (The National Election Defense Coalition) and partners) about reducing election hacking risks. You can link to the letter via Zack Wittaker’s article “Security experts warn lawmakers of election hacking risks” posted on June 21,
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Protecting In-Vehicle, Vehicle-to-Vehicle, and Ex-Vehicle Systems

On May 5, 2017, I gave a presentation with the title “Cybersecurity in the Age of Autonomous Vehicles, Intelligent Traffic Controls and Pervasive Transportation Networks,” for which I was honored with the “Best Applications Track Paper” award, at the IEEE Long Island Systems, Applications and Technology (LISAT) Conference. The basic premise of my presentation is
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