Archive for the ‘Web 2.0’ Category

According to the press release they say “Our critical infrastructure – such as the electricity grid, financial sector, and transportation networks that sustain our way of life – have suffered repeated cyber intrusions, and cyber crime has increased dramatically over the last decade. The President has thus made cybersecurity an Administration priority. When the President released his Cyberspace Policy Review almost two years ago, he declared that the “cyber threat is one of the most serious economic and national security challenges we face as a nation.”

Image via CrunchBase Is there such a thing as Social Media Warfare? We have had cyber warfare going on for years now. So it should be an obvious “YES” that Social Media warfare exists. But is that true?  To get to a full blown war opposing sides go through an escalation process. Where are we [...]

Image via CrunchBase  The trends in Social Media are heading towards more sharing of information. But sharing of information has moved beyond your circle of friends and family. Social media is becoming less social and more… well more corporate. Or more like many people shouting in a bar, you are all in close proximity, but [...]

Ponemon Institute recently released their  Cyber megratrends as listed below. While I agree with these I think there were a couple that could easily be added to the list. First, I would either add or modify Web 2.0 into Web 3.0. Lets look to what is going to happen versus what is happening. Incremental change [...]