Archive for July, 2012

Cognitive Fingerprinting for Authentication

I recently read a blurb in Wired magazine about “Cognitive Fingerprint”. They stated that it is “the pattern of human-computer interactions unique to every user. Darpa plans to secure military networks by replacing passwords with cognitive fingerprinting, which will be established by monitoring behavioral traits and typing habits”…. How cool is that!?! Here is another […]

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DoD New Security Safeguards

DoD recently sent out a tweet (@DeptofDefense) informing all that they have “bolstered safeguards for security information“. After reviewing how they bolstered it, I found it interesting that they would do so much as tweet this insight. If you review the information, it really just talked about how “management” would be notified if information was […]

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