IoTing ‘things’ is not the problem. It’s the lack of good security in worlds where ‘things’ are made and used. A post inspired by one Dave Waterson (Founder and CEO of SentryBay) published on LinkedIn […]
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At about 7pm I noticed a bit of a kerfuffle building on Twitter. Then I saw this tweet: Edward Snowden himself taking the Twitter plunge and like iron filings to an industrial […]
This isn’t about getting your staff drunk on tonic infused Hendricks, Bombay Sapphire, or Beefeater (depending on your office-hours drinking policy), this is about putting a face to security, then building knowledge and […]
Sense checking our own security nous and a challenge to pick an amateur and make them a savvy super evangelist
One of my occasional bits of non-InfoSec musing. This time prompted by a discussion about evolution. The thought that refuses to get booted out of my head: Why does the next iteration of […]
Encrypting is like locking doors – bad guys do it too. Should the police have ‘just in case’ keys to all of our homes?…and the discussion that analogy provoked.