Do we ask and can we answer the question “Why?” when talking about security? Not just for our employers, but for our peers, and our kids? If we can’t or we don’t, […]
This isn’t about getting your staff drunk on tonic infused Hendricks, Bombay Sapphire, or Beefeater (depending on your office-hours drinking policy), this is about putting a face to security, then building knowledge and […]
Sense checking our own security nous and a challenge to pick an amateur and make them a savvy super evangelist
Security Education – for life not just for compliance. What makes it so tough to stop talking about it and do something?
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 […]
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 […]
Is your security focus blurred? IoT APT CyberWar Clouds – A fatanstic distraction. Perspective on some critical and frequently forgotten controls
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. […]