Essays and Op Eds

2004

December 9, 2004 • CNET News.com
Who says safe computing must remain a pipe dream?

November 30, 2004 • The Sydney Morning Herald
Airport Security and Metal Knives

November 29, 2004 • eWeek
Desktop Google Finds Holes

November 24, 2004 • Boston Globe
Profile: "hinky"

November 24, 2004 • OpenDemocracy
Why is it so hard to run an honest election?

October 31, 2004 • San Francisco Chronicle
Getting Out the Vote

October 28, 2004 • Computerworld
Information Security: How Liable Should Vendors Be?

October 26, 2004 • The Sydney Morning Herald
The Security of Checks and Balances

October 22, 2004 • UPI
Outside View: Security at the World Series

October 4, 2004 • The Baltimore Sun
Bigger Brother

October 4, 2004 • International Herald Tribune
Does Big Brother want to watch?

October 2004 • The Rake
Do Terror Alerts Work?

October 2004 • Communications of the ACM
The Non-Security of Secrecy

Sep/Oct 2004 • IEEE Security and Privacy
SIMS: Solution, or Part of the Problem?

September 27, 2004 • CNET News.com
Saluting the data encryption legacy

September 20, 2004 • Mercury News
Academics locked out by tight visa controls

September 19, 2004 • New Haven Register
City Cops' Plate Scanner is a License to Snoop

August 30, 2004 • eWeek
We Owe Much to DES

August 27, 2004 • Minneapolis Star Tribune
How Long Can the Country Stay Scared?

August 26, 2004 • The Sydney Morning Herald
Olympic Security

August 25, 2004 • Newsday
U.S. "No-Fly" List Curtails Liberties

August 24, 2004 • Boston Globe
An Easy Path for Terrorists

August 19, 2004 • Computerworld
Cryptanalysis of MD5 and SHA: Time for a New Standard

August 2, 2004 • The Sydney Morning Herald
BOB on Board

Jul/Aug 2004 • IEEE Security and Privacy
Customers, Passwords, and Web Sites

July 30, 2004 • The Sydney Morning Herald
Security, Houston-Style

July 6, 2004 • eWeek
US-VISIT Is No Bargain

July 2004 • Communications of the ACM
Insider Risks in Elections

June 24, 2004 • Minneapolis Star Tribune
Unchecked Police And Military Power Is A Security Threat

June 16, 2004 • News.com
CLEARly Muddying the Fight Against Terror

June 2, 2004 • Computerworld
The Witty Worm: A New Chapter in Malware

May/Jun 2004 • IEEE Security and Privacy
Security and Compliance

May 31, 2004 • Network World
Microsoft's Actions Speak Louder Than Words

May 10, 2004 • Newsday
Curb Electronic Surveillance Abuses

May 4, 2004 • CNET News.com
We Are All Security Customers

April 27, 2004 • Counterpunch
Terrorist Threats and Political Gains

April 2004 • IEEE Computer
Hacking the Business Climate for Network Security

April 1, 2004 • Minneapolis Star Tribune
A National ID Card Wouldn't Make Us Safer

April 2004 • Communications of the ACM
Cyber Underwriters Lab?

March 2004 • Wired Magazine
America's Flimsy Fortress

February 3, 2004 • San Francisco Chronicle
IDs and the illusion of security

February 2004 • Communications of the ACM
Risks of PKI: Electronic Commerce

Jan/Feb 2004 • IEEE Security and Privacy
Voting Security

January 30, 2004 • CNET News.com
Slouching Towards Big Brother

January 19, 2004 • Salon.com
Homeland Insecurity

January 14, 2004 • Newsday
Fingerprinting Visitors Won't Offer Security

January 2004 • Communications of the ACM
Risks of PKI: Secure E-Mail

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