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Monday, November 16, 2009

My First IT Security Aritcle Published: Was Harriet Tubman a CISSP?

The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), in their November 2009 issue of the Alumni Arsenal published my February 2009 blog:

Was Harriet Tubman a CISSP?


I am extremely excited and motivated to write more articles now. I originally wrote the blog because of my passion for Information Security, The prestigious Certified Information Systems Security Professional Certification (CISSP) that I hold and for my deep admiration and respect of the accomplishments of the Freedom Fighter Harriet Tubman. I wanted to combine these three areas to motivate and influence more African Americans to pursue careers in Information Security. I felt that if I could demonstrate how Important Information Security was to the African American experience for freedom, then more students regardless of their background or race would be interested in becoming an Information Security Professional.

So click on the cover or the link at the bottom and take a look. I still can't believe that I have original work in print.

Check out my blog article on the front cover! I am so excited!




Enjoy,

Julius Clark, MBA, MSIS, CISSP, CISA
Information Security Professional



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2 comments:

  1. Great article! Don't forget the fairfax info and the president's email address

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  2. Excellent Article Julius! This was very informative and made you think about the correlation between Harriet Tubman's journey during the underground railroad and her quest to aid slaves to freedom. Although we did not have the technology then, she used her form of information security by coding methodsof slave hymns and other methods. Thank you for this tribute to a well renowned and courageous African-American historical figure.

    Tanisha L. Turner

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