I think that it is more than magnified problems -- the DoD has to start working with a different security paradigm. They have always looked to secure physically, and a against a known treat profile. I think they are going to have to throw out their traditional ideas about security. That's difficult fore the government.
@Mary - A lot of what I do is about noticing loose threads, then pulling on them to see what unravels. Sort of like QA. Little things aren't worth bother with ... big things are put off til later ... it's a great test of corporate culture.
@Kim "Social media education must be a challenge. We know the problems (NYC) police officers have had with being discreet on Facebook." they too have to find that equilibirum mentioned in "think through your social poliicy" http://www.internetevolution.com/author.asp?section_id=1965&doc_id=241611
Ooh, a report today: "If all goes according to plan, the Defense Department is about a month and a half away from opening its own walled-off, DoD-only app store for secure mobile devices." Like to hear more about that!
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