We can go round and round about what’s going to drive improvements in computer security writ large, but when you boil it down it’s really only about one of and/or two things: money and bodies.
Save Yourself – Delete Your Data
If an era when remedying computer security failures is cheaper than calling in computer security experts is even remotely realistic, we need to collectively get on board with some new ways of doing things.
We Learn From Death
Cybersecurity will get better when people die in sufficiently large numbers.
Intelligence Agencies Are Not Here to Defend Your Enterprise
The way to reduce the chance that someone can crack your computer code is to write better code, and test it faster than the spooks can.
Being All You Can’t Be
Who builds weapons? Who connects the far-flung military commands? Where does all the nation’s technical expertise reside?
Five “cablegate” lessons that won’t be learned
So-called “cablegate” and all related fall-out from the PFC Manning debacle have advocates on both sides of the security vs sharing debate up in arms, […]