Hello Guys,

I worked in Security beck in Jerusalem and have some awarness to the issue.

As in Networking Security, all you need is one unsecured machine on the
network to put the rest in jeopardy.

The solution is simple:

Each attendee will fill out a hard copy form at the next Haifux meeting
he/she attends. The forms will then be processed by the Kabat and the VIP
cards will be sent by snail-mail (if possible) or picked up by the attendee
the next time he/she attends.

The form should have all contact info, car info and a signature. If an
e-mail address is provided, the attendee will receive an e-mail notification
about the VIP card availability. ("It's ready - come pick it up").

It's like the "Electronic vs. mechanical lock" debate to a door....

Old-style solutions work the best in the security field. If it were
different, we all had key cards and pad locks to our homes...

I'd also feel a lot better if we could help, even by little, to make the
Technion a bit more secure. It's darn too easy to infiltrate and do
whatever  as it is right now....

These are my 2 cents....


On 5/7/07, Leon Romanovsky <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Thanks.
I think that the preferred way is to review report before sending.
There is more unnecessary complexity to require users register and after
that trying to secure the data (you know there are bad people everywhere).

But right now, we(me and Orr) have NO volunteers at all.


Bilbo Bugginz wrote:
> Hi, Leon et al.
>
> My 2 Cents:
>
> On 5/6/07, Leon Romanovsky <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I talked with Amos (Technion's kabat) and he agreed to allow entrance
for
>> haifux audience with vehicles.
>>
>>
>> His requirements are very simple:
>>
>> 1) Limit entry permission only to non-student (Right now we don't need
to
>> think about, because we are small group).
>>
>> 2) Fax him report with ID, name and vehicle ID before lecture.
>>
>>
>> It will work only as a group, there is NO need to send one by one.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> We need volunteers that will write the following modules:
>>
>> 1) Online registration form
>>
>> 2) Report compilation module
>>
>> 3) (If it possible) Report->Fax sending module (I can donate
FAX-modem).
>>
>> 4) Status information for administrator via email.
>
> I think all these should be reviewed by the administrator, or should
> be enabled only for ( registered && Identity verified )┬┤participants,
>
> otherwise anybody ( incl. regular criminals or even terrorists )
> can use that form to obtain entry permission into the campus with a
> vehicle.
>
> Please take care of this.
>
> Regards,
> BB
>>
>>
>>
>>  --
>> Leon Romanovsky
>> ---------------------------------
>> "Change is inevitable; progress is optional".
>>
>>
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