Innovating The Next Big Thing April 17, 2015 ph.gif
ph.gif
Sections

Network & Information Security
Weapons of Mass Destruction
Homeland Security & Defense
Terrorism & Counterterrorism
Insurgency & Counterinsurgency
Energy, Infrastructure & Environment
Strategic Innovator: Strategy, Strategists and Strategic Thinking
Remembering 9/11
About

Next Innovator Group

TechnologyInnovator
• NextInnovator
EnterpriseInnovator
SecurityInnovator
DefenseInnovator
WirelessInnovator 
• HPinnovator
EnergyInnovator
TransportationInnovator  

Contact

• NextInnovator(at)Live.com

Writers Wanted

Writers Wanted

Feedjit Live Traffic Feed


Terrorist Alert Level



Homeland Security

Security Innovators

• The Clausewitz Home Page 
Small Wars Journal
Stratfor Geopolitical Weekly
Computerworld Security Blog
eWeek Security Blog
Information Security
Infoworld Zero Day Security
Cheap Hack: Larry Seltzer's New Blog
Security Insights Blog 
McAfee Audio Parasitics
McAfee Avert Labs Blog
Mike Rothman's Blog
Network Computing Daily Blog
NetworkWorld, Buzzblog
Security Fix, Brian Krebs
ZeroDay, Ryan Naraine
Rethinking Security

Next Innovators

Ghost City
Frontline Sentinel
• Innovation Insights
WebInno
Over the River
Enderle Group
Security Insights Blog 
McAfee Audio Parasitics
Rethinking Security
Ovum
iSuppli
Canalys
• eMarketer 
• CRM Help Desk SW 
Rethink Research

McAfee AudioParasitics


 
Books on Terrorism

Books on Network Security

Books on WMD

Barry's Book Shop
Ads

ph.gif ph.gif
Weapons of Mass Destruction RSIS Report: Negotiating Issue: Preventing Proliferation Assistance between Iran and other Proliferant States or Entities
Mar 30, 2015 –  Negotiators of the P5+1 and Iran continue feverishly seeking to strike a deal this week in Lausanne, Switzerland ahead of tomorrow’s deadline. One necessary criteria that P5+1 negotiators must not... Read the rest

RSIS Report: Adequate Verification Under a Comprehensive Iran Nuclear Deal
Mar 24, 2015 –  Difficult-to-bridge differences remain between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries (the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and China) over a final, comprehensive solution on Iran’s nuclear program sought... Read the rest

RSIS Report: Future Directions in the DPRK’S Nuclear Weapons Program: Three Scenarios for 2020
Feb 26, 2015 –  Like many secret nuclear weapons programs, the DPRK goes to great lengths to hide its capabilities to produce nuclear explosive materials and nuclear weapons. Despite these actions, a picture can... Read the rest

RSIS Report: Pakistan’s Chashma Plutonium Separation Plant: Possibly Operational
Feb 20, 2015 –  Pakistan has built four reactors at Khushab to produce plutonium for its nuclear weapons. However, to use this plutonium in nuclear weapons, Pakistan must chemically separate it from the irradiated... Read the rest

RSIS Report: ISIS Analysis of IAEA Iran Safeguards Report
Feb 19, 2015 –  On February 19, 2015 the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) released its report the implementation of the NPT safeguards agreement in Iran and the status of Iran’s compliance with United... Read the rest

RSIS Report: Modifications at the Parchin Site: A Comprehensive Timeline; New Imagery Suggests Re-Asphalting
Feb 11, 2015 –  New Digital Globe imagery purchased and analyzed by ISIS shows continued signs of external activity at the Parchin military site where Iran is alleged to have conducted work related to... Read the rest

VOA: IAEA, Iran Fail to Reach Deal on Nuclear Inspections
Jan 18, 2015 –  The chief United Nations nuclear inspector says no deal has been reached with Iran to investigate its controversial nuclear program, but that a meeting will take place next month. International... Read the rest

VOA: UN Nuclear Experts in Iran for Talks
Jan 16, 2015 –  United Nations nuclear experts are in Tehran for meetings they hope will further their investigation into Iran's controversial nuclear program. The International Atomic Energy Agency team is holding talks with... Read the rest

VOA: UN Nuclear Experts to Again Visit Tehran
Jan 15, 2015 –  United Nations nuclear watchdog experts will visit Tehran Wednesday with hopes of furthering their investigation into Iran's controversial nuclear program. Officials from the International Atomic Energy Agency said they hope... Read the rest

RSIS Report: “The Six’s” Guiding Principles in Negotiating with Iran
Jul 22, 2014 –  The recent negotiations in Vienna have shown that the principles driving the positions of the “The Six”--the United States, Britain, France, Germany, China, and Russia--differ markedly from those of Iran. Based on... Read the rest

CRS Report: U.S.-Vietnam Nuclear Cooperation Agreement: Issues for Congress
Jun 13, 2014 –  U.S.-Vietnamese cooperation on nuclear energy and nonproliferation has grown in recent years along with closer bilateral economic, military, and diplomatic ties. In 2010, the two countries signed a Memorandum of Understanding that... Read the rest

CRS Report: The Evolution of Cooperative Threat Reduction: Issues for Congress
Jun 13, 2014 –  The United States uses a number of policy tools to address the threat of attack using chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) weapons. These include a set of financial and technical programs... Read the rest

RSIS Report: In Response to Gareth Porter’s Ridiculous Attack
Jun 9, 2014 –  I regret to provide additional attention to Gareth Porter’s work but feel I must respond to his imaginary narrative about me and in general to his journalistic malfeasance and incompetence,... Read the rest

RSIS Report: Five Compromises to Avoid in a Comprehensive Agreement with Iran
Jun 3, 2014 –  A long term, comprehensive solution under the Joint Plan of Action needs to ensure Iran uses nuclear  energy for exclusively peaceful purposes. Any such agreement will be complex and require... Read the rest

RSIS Report: Spin, Spin, Spin – Rev. 1
May 27, 2014 –  “The bigger the lie…”    Media reporting immediately following the release of the IAEA’s safeguards report focused on  Iran’s willingness to discuss the exploding bridge wire (EBW) detonators.1  That is... Read the rest

ISIS Report: Implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement and relevant provisions of Security Council resolutions in the Islamic Republic of Iran
May 23, 2014 –  Main Developments    • Iran has implemented the seven practical measures that it agreed with the Agency in  February 2014 in relation to the Framework for Cooperation and the Agency... Read the rest

ISIS Report: Parchin: Resolution Urgent
May 12, 2014 –  Prospects of a Comprehensive Solution dim if Iran remains intransigent on Parchin. A deal that does not include Iran addressing the IAEA’s concerns about the past and possibly on-going military... Read the rest

ISIS Report: On-going Activity at North Korea’s Punggye-ri Test Site
May 9, 2014 –  New Digital Globe high resolution commercial satellite imagery dated Friday, May 9, 2014 shows on-going activities at North Korea’s Punggye-ri nuclear test site and a new relatively large roof structure... Read the rest

ISIS Report: Case Study- Serial Proliferator Karl Li: China’s Continued Refusal to Act
May 8, 2014 –  China refuses to take action against notorious smuggler Li despite strong evidence he violates U.S. laws, UN Security Council sanctions, and likely Chinese laws. Faced with continual Chinese obduracy, the... Read the rest

RSIS Report: Activities Continue at North Korea’s Punggye-ri Test Site
May 1, 2014 –  Digital Globe high resolution commercial satellite imagery from Tuesday, April 29, 2014 shows that activities  continue at North Korea’s Punggye-ri nuclear test site (figure 1). In particular, activities are occurring... Read the rest

RSIS Report: North Korea’s Punggye-ri Test Site: Activities Continue on May Day 2014
May 1, 2014 –  Airbus high resolution commercial satellite imagery from Thursday, May 1, 2014 shows continued activities and  movement of vehicles at North Korea’s Punggye-ri Nuclear test site (see figure 1). Specifically, movement... Read the rest

CRS Report: Arms Control and Nonproliferation: A Catalog of Treaties and Agreements
Apr 28, 2014 –  Arms control and nonproliferation efforts are two of the tools that have occasionally been used to  implement U.S. national security strategy. Although some believe these tools do little to restrain ... Read the rest

RSIS Report: Suspicious Advertisements for High Quality Maraging Steel
Apr 28, 2014 –  The Ukraine-based company, Electrovek Steel (http://www.evek.biz/), advertises for sale a wide range  of metals, including high grade maraging steel, which is tightly controlled for export because of its  application in... Read the rest

CRS Report: Iran-North Korea-Syria Ballistic Missile and Nuclear Cooperation
Apr 16, 2014 –  Congress has at times expressed concern regarding ballistic missile and nuclear programs in Iran,  North Korea, and Syria. This report focuses primarily on unclassified and declassified U.S.  Intelligence Community (IC)... Read the rest

CRS Report: Nuclear Cooperation with Other Countries: A Primer
Apr 9, 2014 –  In order for the United States to engage in civilian nuclear cooperation with other states, it must  conclude a framework agreement that meets specific requirements under Section 123 of the ... Read the rest

RSIS Reports: Update on Iran’s Total Near 20 Percent Enriched Uranium Stock : Nearly E nough for a B omb, if Further Enriched 1
Mar 11, 2014 – New data in the February 20, 2014 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) safeguards report allow for a more accurate determination of Iran’s total stock of near 20 percent low enriched... Read the rest

RSIS Reports: The Iran Primer- Centrifuges: Key to Final Nuclear Deal
Mar 10, 2014 – In any nuclear deal, Iran will have to limit the number of centrifuges it uses to enrich uranium, a process that produces fuel for both peaceful nuclear energy and the... Read the rest

RSIS Reports: Case Study - Chinese National Sought High-Strength Carbon Fiber for China
Mar 5, 2014 – On October 18, 2012, the United States Federal Court in the Eastern District of New York indicted Ming Suan Zhang, 42, of the People’s Republic of China, on charges of... Read the rest

RSIS Reports: Changes Visible at Parchin Nuclear Site Why Parchin Matters to a Final Deal
Feb 25, 2014 – In December 2013, ISIS published an Imagery Brief showing, with high resolution commercial satellite imagery, that no significant alterations had taken place at the Parchin military site. However, as the... Read the rest

RSIS Reports: Additional Centrifuge Plants: Update
Feb 24, 2014 – In November 2013, Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reached agreement called the Framework for Cooperation which established a step-by-step process to address the IAEA’s outstanding concerns about... Read the rest

Older articles »
Search SecurityInnovator

ph.gif ph.gif
Support This Site



Newest Articles

• 3/31 HP Security Products Blog: Join us at the HP Software Government Summit--on April 7th!
• 3/30 RSIS Report: Negotiating Issue: Preventing Proliferation Assistance between Iran and other Proliferant States or Entities
• 3/30 HP Security Products Blog: Enterprise network security: What’s new for the week of March 23, 2015
• 3/27 HP Security Products Blog: Securing the Internet of Things: Mapping IoT attack surface areas with the OWASP IoT Top 10 project
• 3/25 HP Security Products Blog: Is it stupid to "Think like a bad guy"?
• 3/25 HP Security Products Blog: HP Cyber Risk Report 2015: spotlight on the applications
• 3/24 RSIS Report: Adequate Verification Under a Comprehensive Iran Nuclear Deal
• 3/23 HP Security Products Blog: HP ArcSight Logger launches mobile app for monitoring on-the-go
• 3/23 HP Security Products Blog: Back to the Basics: Defining a Use Case for SIEM
• 3/20 HP Security Products Blog: Enterprise network security: What’s new for the week of March 16, 2015
• 3/20 HP Security Products Blog: Are you (un)certain that your code is secure? The new reality for federal agencies
• 3/19 HP Security Products Blog: Firewalls more critical than ever
• 3/19 HP Security Products Blog: SIEM, machine learning, & Analytics; Better together
• 3/18 HP Security Products Blog: Fearing FREAK?
• 3/18 HP Security Products Blog: What is Software Security Assurance (SSA)?
• 3/18 HP Security Products Blog: Welcome to the new school of cyber defense
• 3/13 HP Security Products Blog: State of Security Operations 2015 report reveals new trends
• 3/10 HP Security Products Blog: Enterprise security: What’s new for the week of February 23, 2015Does anybody really know what time it is? Spring forward with this month’s Microsoft bulletins
• 3/6 HP Security Products Blog: Key transportation infrastructure vulnerable to cyber attack
• 3/6 HP Security Products Blog: Carbanak? We’ve got your back
• 3/4 HP Security Products Blog: A Vision for Cyber Security Detection Analytics
• 3/2 HP Security Products Blog: HP TippingPoint Advanced Threat Appliance: Layering up against advanced attacks
• 2/27 HP Security Products Blog: Enterprise security: What’s new for the week of February 23, 2015
• 2/26 RSIS Report: Future Directions in the DPRK’S Nuclear Weapons Program: Three Scenarios for 2020
• 2/25 HP Security Products Blog: What does being "Certified" mean, anyway?
• 2/23 HP Security Products Blog: Known Issues Plague Threat Landscape
• 2/20 RSIS Report: Pakistan’s Chashma Plutonium Separation Plant: Possibly Operational
• 2/20 HP Security Products Blog: Enterprise security: What’s new for the week of February 16, 2015
• 2/19 RSIS Report: ISIS Analysis of IAEA Iran Safeguards Report
• 2/19 HP Security Products Blog: HP gets serious about end-to-end data protection
• 2/18 HP Security Products Blog: Is your car safe from hackers?
• 2/17 HP Security Products Blog: Why is your SOC stuck in a rut?
• 2/17 HP Security Products Blog: 8 tracks for Government IT professionals--at HP Software Government Summit 2015
• 2/16 Cyber Trust Blog: Microsoft achieves globally recognized ISO/IEC 27018 privacy standard
• 2/13 HP Security Products Blog: Enterprise security: What’s new for the week of February 9, 2015
• 2/12 Cyber Trust Blog: Cloud computing and government: an evolving partnership
• 2/11 Cyber Trust Blog: KRBTGT Account Password Reset Scripts now available for customers
• 2/11 RSIS Report: Modifications at the Parchin Site: A Comprehensive Timeline; New Imagery Suggests Re-Asphalting
• 2/11 HP Security Products Blog: Love is in the air! So is pollen and this month’s Microsoft bulletins
• 2/10 HP Security Products Blog: The top 5 driving forces behind medical data breaches
• 2/9 HP Security Products Blog: Welcoming Voltage Security to the HP Atalla Portfolio
• 2/6 HP Security Products Blog: How to talk to a female in InfoSec
• 2/6 HP Security Products Blog: HPSR and HP TippingPoint partner to protect customers from bypass techniques
• 2/5 Cyber Trust Blog: Reflecting on Cybersecurity
• 2/4 Cyber Trust Blog: Groundbreaking project assesses public cloud for a more resilient Estonia
• 2/3 Cyber Trust Blog: Microsoft partners with cities and governments to improve cybersecurity for citizens
• 1/31 DHS News: Readout of Secretary Johnson's Trip to Chicago
• 1/30 HP Security Products Blog: “I’m just here so I don’t get fined”Enterprise security: What’s new for the week of January 26, 2015
• 1/30 HP Security Products Blog: “I’m just here so I don’t get fined”
• 1/30 EMC Security News: Be Road-Ready This Winter, Atlanta!

AddThis Feed Button

Barry's Books


Ads

ph.gif
ph.gif Top ph.gif

© 2008 SecurityInnovator. All rights reserved.