Defender mentality or Attacker mentality? Can a natural leaning towards one position or the other have an unhelpful blinker effect and are they mutually exclusive?
This is an excellent Peerlyst post, written by Claus Houmann to help smaller firms make an affordable start on security. He has given us permission to reproduce it here. It is entirely […]
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…
Update 3rd June – We WON! 🙂 Best New Security Blog 2015 It seems only yesterday I was astounded by the social security blogger award nomination and now look what’s happened! A […]
The interweb says it should be. Every day, in every way, it’s getting FUDdier: Cyberterrorists, Cyberespionage, Cybercriminals, Cyberbogeymen. Cybercars, Cyberheating, Cybercyber. By rights nothing should be working. All of our bank accounts […]
Just like Schrödinger and his quantum feline, most companies are just making assumptions about the state of their cybersecurity risks.
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?
Re-relased for Christmas 2015 the original Infospectives InfoSec Karaoke. Are you a security songstress? We’d love to hear your version.