82% of boards are concerned about cybersecurity… …and the UK Parliament think your CEO’s salary should be linked to your firm’s cybersecurity… …but who is really accountable? This June 14th CSO Online article says boards […]
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 […]
Sense checking our own security nous and a challenge to pick an amateur and make them a savvy super evangelist
2003 Server is dead, Flash is mortally wounded, but they’ll stick around like decaying zombies for many years to come. The 500 word snacklets of security opinion and advice don’t usually offer […]
How long ago did the cry of “More money, more bodies!” turn into noise? Wolves or not, you’re facing the prospect of a seriously depleted security flock.
With one more day of the conference marathon to go I thought at least one post was in order. Across Infosecurity and BSides London I have found…no, I have confirmed that there […]
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…
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 […]