cases where poor computer security led to the outright downfall of a company are notable because they’re so rare
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…
what qualifications does your average reverse engineer have when it comes to drawing conclusions about geo-political-security issues?
This isn’t about .com vs .gov, it’s about lives.
Tick . . . tock. Snooze button is calling . . .
“Cyber” is pretty much the closest thing to a perfect weapon anyone has seen in history.
Where I channel Samuel Colt and drop something unpleasant in the punch bowl.
You can build a whole career at the FBI doing nothing but “i” dotting and “t” crossing.
From the Enterprise Resilience Management Blog: Anyone who believes he knows of information relating to these proposed patents will be able to post this online and solicit comments from others. But this will suddenly make available reams of information, which…
As with any sufficiently radical effort (and believe me, this is practically magic to some on the inside) there is a marked difference between the public face and the reality in the cube.