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Abe Singer

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Abe Singer on Business Ethics as a Practical and Political Endeavor

Q Talks: Podcast

What is commerce and why do we have it? What is business and why does it exist? What power dynamics do we find in business? In today's episode Professor of Ethics, Abraham Singer explores his perspective on ethical behaviors of business with Professor Al Gini. Want to learn more? Singer's latest book is The Form of the Firm expounds on these ideas. 


21 May 2020

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Multi-Factor Authentication at NERSC, Abe Singer Interview

NERSC User News

In this interview with NERSC security specialist Abe Singer, learn about NERSC's plans for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), discover what will happen when MFA becomes mandatory in the new allocation year, and hear answers to some frequently asked user questions about MFA.


26 Nov 2018

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Latest MFA Developments at NERSC, Abe Singer Interview

NERSC User News

This week NERSC Security Analyst Abe Singer returns to the show to discuss the latest developments with Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) at NERSC. Tune in to hear about sshproxy (a NERSC-developed utility for generating ssh keys with MFA that can be used all day) and hear Abe's answers to common user questions. Be sure to listen until the end for a question even Abe can't answer!


17 Sep 2018

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MFA & Abe Singer Interview

NERSC User News

Find out all about multi-factor authentication (MFA) at NERSC, as well as the name of the podcast theme song, in this interview with NERSC security analyst Abe Singer.


14 May 2018

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Abe Singer, "Towards Mining Syslog Data"

CERIAS Security Seminar Podcast

Syslog is the primary source of information about intrusion-relatedactivity on a Unix system. Searching for known messages andpatterns in syslog data is easy to do, and many tools are availablefor doing so. However, information and patterns that are notalready "known" -- those that have not been seen or derivedalready, may provide even more information about attacks andintrusions. Data mining techniques can help us discover and analyzethat information, but, the general lack of structure in syslog datamakes it impossible to apply these techniques directly to the data.To address the problem, we are researching methods of generatingpatterns from an archive of system logs which can uniquely identifysyslog messages by the variant and invariant elements of themessages. Once syslog messages can be uniquely identified, datamining techniques for use in intrusion detection or forensicanalysis will be far more useful.

3 Nov 2004