The good news is, I think (the administration) appears to be taking a close look at how best to do thisPrivacy, tech limits vex U.S. net defense Jul 03, 2009
There is concern they used a trusted profession, recently arrived to the U.K., that's a new mode of operationReport: Bombs believed to be al-Qaida's Jul 04, 2007
They need to adjust their thinking on how to protect information systemsIM interoperability raises virus threat Jan 30, 2006
Part of the problem is that until recently, there hasn't been a coordinated approach to consumer educationFBI survey finds cybercrime rising Jan 23, 2006
The best defense is thinking about security in the beginning, and not having it be an afterthoughtFBI survey finds cybercrime rising Jan 23, 2006
Paul Kurtz (born December 21, 1925 in Newark, New Jersey) is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the State University of New York at Buffalo, but is best known for his prominent role in the United States skeptical community. He has been called "the father of secular humanism."
He is founder and chairman of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, formerly the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP), the Council for Secular Humanism, the Center for Inquiry and Prometheus Books. Taught at Vasser, Trinity, and Union colleges, and the New School for Social Research.
He is editor in chief of Free Inquiry magazine, a publication of the Council for Secular Humanism. He was co-president of the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU). He is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Humanist Laureate and president of the International Academy of Humanism. As a member of the American Humanist Association, he contributed to the writing of Humanist Manifesto II. Former editor of Humanist, 1967-78. The asteroid (6629) Kurtz was named in his honor.