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Starting with the January 2007 issue, all of our reviews will be managed and coordinated out of the United States for the U.S. and U.K. editions, as well as for the electronic versions of our Australia and Asia-Pacific editions.
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Peter is the associate director of Norwich University's Master of Science in Information Assurance, as well as the associate director of research and information assurance at the Center for Regional and National Security at Eastern Michigan University. He has served as a U.S. Navy cryptographer, director of technology for Netigy Corporation and the worldwide director of technology and research coordinator for QinetiQ Trusted Information Management, Inc.
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