If the scenario you need to make your theory work in cyberspace is indistinguishable from a James Bond script, you can’t be taken seriously.
You can still live your life without using TCP/IP or HTTP, you just don’t want to.
I want you to read this tweet: Two things: 1. The government is constantly whinging on about how we need more sharing. The private sector elements who actually get involved in sharing regimes constantly complain about how “sharing” with…
There are a number of things the government can do that would have a more meaningful impact on cyber security without new law.
Nothing sparks a drive for safety and security like widespread suffering.
Maybe I will play power forward for the Celtics.
Companies that suffer the fate of Ellery and Nortel are notable because they are rare.
My latest op-ed in SC Magazine: It is tough being in cybersecurity. Defense is a cost center, and it’s hard to find meaningful metrics to demonstrate success. Interest in security is also cyclical: Major breaches stir action, but as time…
“Cyber” is pretty much the closest thing to a perfect weapon anyone has seen in history.
If you’re not there, you don’t own it.