Berto Jongman: Building Trust in Cyberspace + Robert Garigue RECAP

Building Trust in Cyberspace The EastWest Institute released Building Trust in Cyberspace, a report featuring highlights of its 3rd Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit held in New Delhi on October 30-31, 2012. More than 300 participants from 22 countries heard from cyber experts from across the globe representing both the private and public sectors. Open publication | Download (mobile …

Who’s Who in Cyber-Intelligence: Robert Garigue

Dr. Robert Garigue passed away 10 January 2007 at the age of 55.  He was the only person we knew then or know of today that was deliberately and completely integrating belief systems, knowledge, information, data, security, and technology as a single cyberspace. He rose to early prominence and global respect among the information security …

Robert Garigue & Robert Steele: From Old IO to New IO

Old Information Operations (IO) is too focused on the “Maginot Line” of legacy technology badly integrated and poorly understood.  New Information Operations (IO) is the “Maneuver Warfare” of the Information Age.  The integrity is in the user and data, not the system. Truth & trust rather than deception & jamming are the primordal enablers. This …

Robert Garigue: Security as the Guarantor of Values Executed by Systems–Security as Truth & Trust

This is a hugely important slide, and in our view a major advance in understanding of the function of security–it is NOT about defense per se, but rather about accountability and reliability–security is a guarantor of the values of truth & trust as embedded in every datum, every algorithm, every function, every time sequence. See …

Robert Garigue: Truth & Trust as Security Requirements

This is the first and only time we have seen truth & trust properly identified as fundamental to security.  The only other related works are those of Dr. Col Max Manwaring, whose edited work, The Search for Security–A U.S. Grand Strategy for the Twenty-First Century makes the point that legitimacy is the core value enabling …

Robert Garigue: Carleton University Research Page

Below is secured for the future. As of 24 December 2010 it is still online at Carleton University.  Dr. Robert Garigue passed away 10 January 2007 at the age of 55.  He was the only person we knew then or know of today that was deliberately and completely integrating belief systems, knowledge, information, data, security, …

Robert Garigue: Feedback for Dynamic System Change

Information security is not a static process–you cannot “lock down” information the way the Air Force has tried to do, prohibiting all flash drives because it has failed over decades to actually embed security in every aspect of the process from human to download alerts.  Interactive feedback loops are simple and effective.  Winn Schwartau pioneered …

Robert Garigue: Role of the Chief Information Security Officer

IMPORTANT:  The Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) is not the Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO) nor the Mission Commander or the Mission Logistics Officer or any of the other mission support specialties.   The point is that security and knowledge must co-exist and in collaboration with one another, the CISO and CKO need to ensure that the …