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Kevin Coleman

Kevin Coleman

Mr. Coleman is the former Chief Strategist at Netscape. His regular column is focused on Homeland Security. He will be contributing additional insights on emerging technologies and potential new weapons. He will also address the geo-political implications of the new technology and it's applications in terrorism. The four technology segments on his agenda will include: information technology, biotechnology, nano technology and communications technology.


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Recent Content by Kevin Coleman

  1. Critical Infrastructure Protection (May 23rd, 2006)
  2. Counter-terrorism for Corporations - Part II (March 22nd, 2006)
  3. The Challenge of Unrestricted Warfare - A Look Back and a Look Ahead (January 11th, 2006)
  4. Counter-terrorism for Corporations - Part I (December 18th, 2005)
  5. Identity Theft Advisory (November 30th, 2005)
  6. The Bird Flu - A Homeland Security Planning Scenario (October 21st, 2005)
  7. Technology Supporting Emergency Response (September 15th, 2005)
  8. Enterprise Performance Management in Homeland Security (July 14th, 2005)
  9. Tracking Terrorism: Follow the Money? (May 13th, 2005)
  10. Protecting Our Borders (March 13th, 2005)
  11. Protecting the Water Supply from Terrorism (January 16th, 2005)
  12. Convergence:  GIS/Communications/Information Technologies (November 13th, 2004)
  13. Bioterrorism and the Food Supply (October 1st, 2004)
  14. Terrorism Risk Management For Finance and Insurance Organizations (July 7th, 2004)
  15. Network Centric Warfare (May 14th, 2004)
  16. Technology Driven National Security Strategy (February 11th, 2004)
  17. Communication Intelligence and Geographic Information in Homeland Security (January 19th, 2004)
  18. Cyber Terrorism (October 10th, 2003)
  19. Data Fusion and GIS - Detecting Chemical and Biological Attacks (August 15th, 2003)
  20. NanoTechnology and the Fight Against Terrorism (June 11th, 2003)
  21. GIS, Information Technology, and BioTech Take Center Stage in Supporting Homeland Security (April 11th, 2003)
  22. Technology and Homeland Security (March 6th, 2003)

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