This week’s tweet-size InfoSec analogy with not so tweet-size extra stuff 🙂 [tweet https://twitter.com/S_Clarke22/status/575685304574738432 hide_thread=true width=’900′] [tweet https://twitter.com/S_Clarke22/status/575558596278288384 hide_thread=true width=’900′] In one resulting twitter conversation you’ll find very pertinent questions from Van Amenya (a non-security person […]
Using the term ‘cyber’ to prefix ‘security’ causes a strong reaction with some professionals. Are furious accusations of quackery justified and could this be the new alternative…
…or Anthem-inspired Amateur Attack Attribution Aid – Back when the Anthem breach was first being discussed (FUDdified) on Twitter, I spotted an informed, good humored, if slightly weary sounding exchange…
Wednesday Wee One, or tweet-size InfoSec analogy, or #Analogette So I squeaked in on the deadline this time. Got the tweet out this morning, but got distracted and forgot to post it […]
…a potential provider that brags about how comprehensive their due diligence is doesn’t “get it”— it’s about ranking risks and targeting resources where they are needed.
How utterly chuffed am I!
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Tis the inaugural tweet-size InfoSec analogy, or #Analogette Yeah, I know it’s not Wednesday, but some **** stole my laptop charger and WordPress is NO fun on a smartphone! At least I […]
Security heads have traditionally been treated a lot like premiership football managers. Reasons for success still mainly a thing of myth and conjecture. Sacked on the strength of a high profile loss, even when performance is incrementally improving.