My latest piece for The Analogies Project – using real life and stories to demystify InfoSec. An excerpt: “Bike helmets, warnings about strangers, weather forecasts and traffic lights don’t guarantee your kid’s safety. […]
My answer to the July expert panel question for Information Security Buzz: In your opinion, which company or person has had the biggest impact on the information security industry within the last 10 years, […]
Will you fall victim to expert phishers? Don’t underestimate the risk. Internet con men were rubbing their hands with glee following the wordwide panic about Heartbleed. Just one of the bigger recent hooks criminals […]
Mystifying online privacy policies, frenzied Facebook data harvests and the ‘right to be forgotten’. Can they work together and how easy is it for users and businesses to find the right side of the law?
A post looking at an apparent security awareness anachronism – more security knowledge seemingly breeding denial about security
A detailed and thought provoking piece by Paul Bernal on the apparent conflict between free speech, safeguarding the integrity of the internet and the right to be forgotten…make time to read!
We need to get MPs to the 8th September debate on the shocking situation for Pancreatic Cancer patients. It’s for the 97% of people who die within 5 years of diagnosis and the 106k people who signed a petition to make this happen. Can you help?
The perspective of a parent. Considering our duty to keep up, as technological evolution accelerates towards a point where consequences might overtake human capability to implement controls.