Entries by Jim Red

How a Purple Pen Brought Cohesion to the Defense Intelligence Agency

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “How a Purple Pen Brought Cohesion to the Defense Intelligence Agency”, In Military, 21 October 2016, Web, https://inmilitary.com/purple-pen-brought-cohesion-defense-intelligence-agency/ By James R. Lint Faculty Member, School of Business, American Military University Lieutenant General Patrick M. Hughes, Retired, served in multiple capacities in numerous Army and joint commands as senior intelligence […]

When a Hack Occurs, Is It a True Cyber Attack or Cyberespionage?

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “When a Hack Occurs, Is It a True Cyber Attack or Cyberespionage?”, In Cyber Defense, 20 March 2018, Web, https://incyberdefense.com/featured/hack-occurs-true-cyber-attack-cyberespionage/ By James Lint Senior Editor for InCyberDefense and Contributor, In Homeland Security The cyber community needs to get its nomenclature settled with regard to the word “cyber attack.” The […]

Iranian Hackers Charged with Hacks of 144 U.S. Universities

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “Iranian Hackers Charged with Hacks of 144 US Universities”, In Cyber Defense, 28 March 2018, Web, https://incyberdefense.com/featured/iranian-hackers-charged-hacks-144-us-universities/ By James Lint Senior Editor for InCyberDefense and Contributor, In Homeland Security Many cyber defenders watch for Chinese and Russian hackers. However, we must not forget that smaller countries are also in […]

Social Media Security: Follow Basic Safety Rules to Protect Your Home from Intruders

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “Social Media Security: Follow Basic Safety Rules to Protect Your Home from Intruders”, In Cyber Defense, 22 February 2018, Web, https://incyberdefense.com/james-lint/social-media-security-basic-safety/ By James Lint Senior Editor for InCyberDefense and Contributor, In Homeland Security Although it’s fun to post pictures and messages on social media about trips you take, you […]

InfraGard: Helping the Nation’s IT Security Professionals

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “InfraGard: Helping the Nation’s IT Security Professionals”, In Homeland Security, 12 Oct. 2016, Web, https://inhomelandsecurity.com/infragard-helps-nations-security/ By James R. Lint Faculty Member, School of Business, American Military University Contributor, In Homeland Security On August 25, InfraGard Las Vegas had an interesting event where they discussed a report about current threats […]

Government Misuse of Credit Cards Affects National Security

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “Government Misuse of Credit Cards Affects National Security”, In Homeland Security, 07 Sept. 2016, Web, https://inhomelandsecurity.com/government-misuse-of-credit-cards-affects-national-security/ By James R. Lint Faculty Member, School of Business, American Public University On August 30, 2016, Military Times published an article about a Department of Defense (DoD) Inspector General (IG) report pertaining […]

Espionage against the US Continues, Even After the Cold War

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “Espionage against the US Continues, Even After the Cold War”, In Homeland Security, 21 July 2017, Web, https://inhomelandsecurity.com/espionage-against-the-us-continues-even-after-the-cold-war/ By James Lint Faculty Member, School of Business, American Military University Senior Editor for In Cyber Defense and Contributor, In Homeland Security This article is the first in a series on espionage. […]

No Holiday Season Break for CES Tech Show Preparations

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “No Holiday Season Break for CES Tech Show Preparations”, In Cyber Defense, 14 December 2017, Web, https://incyberdefense.com/featured/no-holiday-break-ces-preparations/ By James Lint Faculty Member, School of Business, American Military University Senior Editor for InCyberDefense and Contributor, In Homeland Security CES, the gathering convention for people thriving in the consumer technology business, begins […]

A New Trojan Horse: The Kaspersky Software Hack of US Intelligence

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “A New Trojan Horse: The Kaspersky Software Hack of US Intelligence”, In Cyber Defense, 18 October 2017, Web, https://incyberdefense.com/james-lint/kaspersky-hack-us-intelligence/ By James Lint Faculty Member, School of Business, American Military University Senior Editor for InCyberDefense and Contributor, In Homeland Security According to legend, when the warring Greeks were unable to […]

Regular Software Patches Could Have Prevented Equifax Breach

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “Regular Software Patches Could Have Prevented Equifax Breach”, In Cyber Defense, 3 October 2017, Web, http://incyberdefense.com/james-lint/regular-software-patches-prevented-equifax-breach/ By James Lint Faculty Member, School of Business, American Military University Senior Editor for In Cyber Defense and Contributor, In Homeland Security We often think of Equifax as a company that can be trusted […]