Managing Security Polarities
Buzz Walsh - Booz Allen Hamilton
Feb 27, 2008Size: 485.0MB
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AbstractThere is inherent tension between network performance and security. With the rapidly evolving drive for military and economic data being accessible via Service Oriented Architectures, the import of securing such data is increasing and the consequences for a security breach often are detailed in our daily media. Complex security architectures are maturing, but broad questions remain about how to certify or accredit the transactions occurring in Net-Centric Enterprise Services. This presentation does not propose a solution and is intended to motivate discussion, collaboration and directed research.
About the SpeakerBuzz Walsh is the Director of Research at DoD's Information Assurance Technical Analysis Center in Herndon, VA. Dr. Walsh has published in a number of different fora including an award-winning critical analysis paper for Joint Forces Staff College, and an award-winning text for Air University that remains in its core curriculum. He has served as faculty, adjunct faculty, guest lecturer or visiting professor at the National Defense University, Joint Forces Staff College, Army War College, Army Command & General Staff College, Air University, the US Air Force Academy, Michigan State University and Grand Valley State University.
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