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bio website mikeberggren.com
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Technology Enthusiast, Gamer, Sci-Fi Addict, and DIY-er in training. =)


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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Autobiographer
May
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accepted How do I clearly distinguish between groups of formal and informal models?
May
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comment How do I clearly distinguish between groups of formal and informal models?
Thanks D.W. that makes sense. I'm anticipating I'll be asking more questions in the future and want to make sure I'm clearly expressing myself.
May
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comment How do I clearly distinguish between groups of formal and informal models?
Hi John. That's exactly what I wanted to know. Would you happen to know if your description is consistent with the CISSP terminology?
May
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awarded  Editor
May
18
revised How do I clearly distinguish between groups of formal and informal models?
revised one of the model titles.
May
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asked How do I clearly distinguish between groups of formal and informal models?
May
13
comment What is a practical example of an action that violates the non-interference model?
Thanks John - that's exactly what I was looking for!
May
13
asked What is a practical example of an action that violates the non-interference model?
May
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comment What's the difference between an access control method, security model, and security policy?
Thanks Rory (and AviD). As a follow-up question... what should I call models that are referenced by other official models? For example, Bell LaPadula falls under the "Information Flow" model right? Are Bell Lapadula and "information flow" both considered security models?
May
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May
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asked What's the difference between an access control method, security model, and security policy?
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awarded  Commentator
May
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comment What kind of IT security applications do you guys run on your laptop/desktop?
+1 for AdBlock Plus. Great addon.
May
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accepted Is it correct to consider audits as exclusively “detective” in nature?
May
5
comment Is it correct to consider audits as exclusively “detective” in nature?
Thanks D.W - that finally clicked. I was just over-thinking things. =)
May
5
comment Is it correct to consider audits as exclusively “detective” in nature?
Thanks Scott. I'll need to think about that some more but it makes more sense now. =)