Wanja Eric Naef,
CISSP, Principal Researcher, email
Wanja Eric Naef is a graduate of the Department of War Studies, King's College London. He holds an MSc in Information Security from the Information Security Group, Department of Mathematics, Royal Holloway. Mr Naef is currently reading for a PhD in Counterterrorism and Defense Transformation at the Department of Sensors and Informatics at the UK Defence Academy
Mr. Naef has been researching intelligence and information operations matters over the last few years. His particular interests on this subject are intelligence reforms, asymmetric warfare, homeland security, psychological operations and strategic computer network operations.
'Threats in the Information Domain'
- current threats to information assets in the critical national infrastructure (CNI) and how they may develop in the short and medium term was presented at the BCS ISSG Annual Conference, March 2007
Thought in Virtual Deterrence and Real Offense: The Computer's
Role', by Wanja Eric Naef and Sam Nitzberg, was presented
at H2K2 in New York City, July 2002.
Information Operations: the Age of Strategic Computer
Network Attacks?, September 2004
'802.11: Wireless Insecurity vs. Wireless Security' NCMS
InfraGard Manufacturing Industry Association Corner Office
Magazine, December 2002
'Business Continuity Planning' NCMS InfraGard Manufacturing Industry
Association Corner Office Magazine, July 2002
'Responding to Cybercrime', NCMS InfraGard Manufacturing Industry
Association Corner Office Magazine, February 2002
'BS7799 a template for infosec policies?', NCMS
InfraGard Manufacturing Industry Association Corner
Office Magazine, December
'Economic Espionage: A threat to corporate America?', NCMS InfraGard
Manufacturing Industry Association Corner Office Magazine, November
Wilbur, Researcher & Editor
Mr. Michael Wilbur holds an MA from the University of London, King's College,
and a BA in History from Boston College.
Mr. Wilbur is currently editing
for the webpage and IWS publications.
Romero Franco, Researcher
Romero Franco is also a graduate of the Department of War
Studies. He is currently researching issues related to
the New Economy.
Michael Huggins, CISSP CTOC USN (ret), IA/InfoSec List
Mr Huggins is an experienced security professional with over
25 years in telecommunications and information assurance . He
published in various government and security channels and is
also a core developer of the US Navy’s Information Systems
Security Managers Course of instruction. Mr. Huggins is also
Director of training for local FBI Infragard outreach program.
He maintains the IA/InfoSec discussion list.
List Moderator, email
Mr Minkwitz is currently working for the for a German peace
and conflict research think tank. He specializes in nuclear
arms control, international risk politics and Cyberarmscontrol
and he maintains the CyberArmsControl