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 […]
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
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.
A double dose of what we hope is the security obvious. What do you think when someone calls a system 100% hack proof? And are all pen tests created equal?
My latest piece for The Analogies Project – using real life and stories to demystify InfoSec. An excerpt: “Bike helmets, warnings about strangers, weather forecasts and traffic lights don’t guarantee your kid’s safety. […]