A popular feature here fell by the wayside for a while. To regain momentum here are collected tweet-size analogies (a.k.a Weekly Wee Ones) with a new one created just today. As ever, if […]
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.
Defence (or Defense) In Depth – a phrase we both love to repeat and repeatedly critique. Perhaps it’s a word problem, not a sense problem…
Did you think you were a driving god when you first passed your test? Are you 100% compliant with the latest security standards? Could there be parallel lessons to apply to mitigating InfoSec risks?
A double dose of what we hope is the security obvious. What do you think when someone calls a system 100% hack proof? And are all pen tests created equal?
It looks entirely possible you will have ‘adequate’ security dictated by your insurers, so it is your job to understand the risk based yardstick they’re using to define that
The IoT – The terrifying creature from cyberspace. How much of the problem is FUD and how much is poor and rapid development of solutions…a balance to be struck in the interests of clarity
Information security policies this week. Is yours all it’s cracked up to be and what security value is it adding for anyone except lawyers, regulators and auditors?