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Authorities charge four California men

Four California men orchestrated a $25 million dollar cyber scheme that manipulated online ticket sites and cheated fans out of seats at thousands of popular sporting events and concerts, including a series of Bruce Springsteen shows at Giants Stadium, authorities said Monday.

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Cisco Quits WiMax Radio Business

Cisco Systems will stop developing and making WiMax base stations to concentrate on the IP (Internet Protocol) networks that sit behind them.

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Objective

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Objective

Ensure a trusted and dependable security framework, ubiquitous, working across multiple devices, heterogeneous networks, being organisation independent (inter-operable) and centred around an end-user.

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New Architecture and Models

We design new models, adapted to nomadic users, enabling the design of suitable architecture for personal and home usages, users’ access from public facilities (“Hot spots”), workers at the office and on the move, mobile sub-networks, onboard of car, train, and aircraft and e-government. Those models are designed to address three usages, with different priorities:  […]

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New Policies

The models are implemented through a policy paradigm with well specified approach and tools defined and designed to insure the consistency among them. SEINIT delivers an analysis of the policies at the various levels and the design of their inter-relations.

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Guidelines

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Guidelines

The new approach proposed opens new capabilities and changes significantly the usage of the security mechanisms for Information systems designers and developers, Security experts and auditors, Deployment teams and End users. To facilitate an early usage, SEINIT issues guidelines document and proposes training events addressing experts, designers, developers and information systems players.

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