Category Archives: Information Security

Less Talk, More Action

Earlier this month in NYC, my friend Marcus Ranum and I were having dinner and drinks after a day at the IANS forum. Marcus, in a lighthearted mood, posed the ...

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Asymmetry in Infosec

I recently read Richard Clarke’s book Cyberwar. I was prepared not to like it, honestly – the whole “cyberwar” concept has been hyped pretty badly, and I wanted to read¬†something ...

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The APT is Dead. Long Live the SST!

So, unless you’ve been hiding in a cave for the past week tending your goats and muttering “Dirka, dirka, dirka” under your breath, you know that RSA apparently was the ...

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Change we can believe in?

Post-RSA, I’ve seen a lot of commentary about how people were disappointed that the conference didn’t reveal more “change” on the part of the security industry. The reasons for this ...

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Change we can believe in?

Post-RSA, I’ve seen a lot of commentary about how people were disappointed that the conference didn’t reveal more “change” on the part of the security industry. The reasons for this ...

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