This is a simple concept but one that has never been articulated in print or online. Put it like this:Network security should be handled in the network.
Richard Stiennon delivers a timely, succinct exploration of cyber threats, hack attacks, crime on the web, and information warfare.
Usually from a trade show you can get a feel for "the next big thing". That is not true for RSA.
I am metaphorically challenged. One of the best ways to communicate difficult concepts quickly and succinctly is in the form of a metaphor.
Istanbul, Not ConstantinopleThere are some great things about this city on the straits. The busy shipping traffic up and down the Bosporus for one.
Last week I introduced the first five of ten tips for avoiding spyware infection. I promised to post the rest this week from RSA.
I have been thinking about morality lately. The morality of direct marketing.
I made a quick stop in Madrid this week. In ten years of traveling and speaking on Internet security I encounter people to whom the threats are all new at every stop.
Continuing to counter the “spyware is a virus�? claim….
En route between Hamburg and Hanover. You might say viruses attempt to avoid removal but the essence of a virus is to spread and thus it is impossible to hide.
It is becoming a favorite dictate of the security pundit that “spyware is a virus.�?