A post looking at an apparent security awareness anachronism – more security knowledge seemingly breeding denial about security
Maslow expected us to satisfy basic needs before moving on to more complex ones. Why then is “sexiness” overcoming need when planning security spend?
Published by The Analogies Project. A different kind of look at how cloud environment and cloud usage affects cloud risks; “One thing up front: This is not, in case you were hoping, […]
Better science is needed in InfoSec for the industry to build and retain credibility. It’s also our responsibility to help the board pick the bits out of consultant and vendor claims. Never more […]
Nice perspective – More on Social Engineer’s adventures in social engineering on their blog HERE
For www.theanalogiesproject.org Looking at the grief and pain involved in losing your phone, what you can do to avoid it and why you should thank your lucky stars you don’t work in […]
I really like this piece from Thom Langford. As another parent of girls and frequent worker on public transport, this was a good opportunity to call out how common sense security controls […]
Make yourself a cuppa for this one. 13 odd pages in print. Some fanciful faction: What happens to the minions and masters in a business when the press goes nuts about a […]