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 […]
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…
Security Education – for life not just for compliance. What makes it so tough to stop talking about it and do something?
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.
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?
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 […]
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 […]