Not to be too much of a contrarian, but I have to look at all "truisms" and question them.Every security punndit in the world talks about Defense in Depth.
Richard Stiennon delivers a timely, succinct exploration of cyber threats, hack attacks, crime on the web, and information warfare.
Amusing story of the trouble that can be caused by unbridled downloading of cool screen savers. It turns out the screen saver in question was down loaded by one employee at this law firm who emailed everyone else to tell them about it.
Where do you go every day for security information and analysis?Here are a few of the sites I make it a point to read.
Want to see what I beleive to be the first TV commercial for an anti-spyware product?Click here.
A spate of identity thefts in recent weeks brings to mind an experience I had the summer of ’78.I was a welder at Bay Shipbuilding in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.
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The recent break-in at Sumitomo Mitsui’s London bank underscores the daily exposure banks face from cyber criminals. Financial institutions have long been the target of news making attacks.
A few months ago I went to our local credit union to add my name to my wife’s checking account. Like most credit unions the atmosphere was relaxed and neighborly.
Sometimes a security guy gets enthralled by good old physical security. You know, bullet proof vests, guns, ammo.