In mid May we found out the Bank of Bangladesh lost a reported $81m when crooks managed to fraudulently redirect funds to shady recipients via the Swift international money transfer system. Then we […]
Part of the Infospectives Diary Of An InfoSec Kid series. Originally written about the Kiddicare hack, but now 117 Million LinkedIn usernames and passwords have been found for sale on the darknet […]
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?
Cheryl Biswas @3ncr1pt3d on the huge potential impact linked to indiscriminate and careless data scooping and storage.
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 […]
Cybersecurity spending is like roulette – too much left to chance. Is it time to re-inject the intelligence and level the risk playing field, by changing the game?
My contribution to the reams written about the catastrophic OPM breach. Born out of weariness and the realisation that cybersecurity breach related news is sometimes repetitive for a reason…
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 […]