Is this a valuable outing of a principle-free profit-obsessed security trade, careless stereotype reinforcement, something in between, or a harmless bit of #InfoSec name dropping?
Working out why handling of the upgrade made me so grumpy and how we hand over so much control to big vendors.
Norse Corp is in trouble – Just a company-specific blow, or raising bigger questions about threat intelligence value? Today Brian Krebs quoted sources who say Norse Corp is in serious trouble, to the point where […]
This con is the first thing I’ve experienced that effectively challenges the discomfort ‘security suits’ can feel when mixing with hackers. I was told that would be the case, but you have to see […]
Blockchains are tackling the ‘I’ in the holy InfoSec CIA trinity more simply and robustly than anything that’s gone before, but can we grasp this well enough to avoid expensive purchasing and security mistakes?
Do we ask and can we answer the question “Why?” when talking about security? Not just for our employers, but for our peers, and our kids? If we can’t or we don’t, […]
Breaches hurt, incident management is a strategic security priority, and legal notification requirements are ramping up. But how does that translate into action, and are firms learning from mistakes?
When CNN published their “Superhero Hacker” series it kicked off on Twitter. While the circumstantial truths and skills of those featured are indisputable, the bigger question of enduring stereotypes came to the fore. […]