by alex on December 23, 2010
Lately there has been quite a bit of noise about the concept of “trust” in information security. This has always confused me, because I tend towards @bobblakley when he says: “trust is for suckers.” But security is keen on having (…)
by adam on December 21, 2010
We at the New School blog use WordPress with some plugins. Recently, Alex brought up the question of how we manage to stay up to date. It doesn’t seem that WordPress has a security announcements list, nor do any of (…)
by adam on December 20, 2010
Paul Kedrosky writes: Most of us have heard the story of armoring British bombers, as it’s too good not to share, not to mention being straight from the David Brent school of management motivation. Here is the Wikipedia version: Bomber (…)
by alex on December 15, 2010
From The Fine Article: Under these circumstances, then, it becomes more likely that the charges are indeed weak (or false) ones made to seem as though they are strong. Conversely, if there were no political motivation, then the merits of (…)
by Chandler on December 14, 2010
But you can still evaluate the quality of the effort Likewise, there’s a lot that you can’t measure about security and risk, but you can still infer something from how the effort is pursued.
by adam on December 8, 2010
National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg, MD USA April 5-6, 2011 Call for Participation The field of usable security has gained significant traction in recent years, evidenced by the annual presentation of usability papers at the top security conferences, (…)
by Russell on December 6, 2010
I’d like some feedback on my data analysis, below, from anyone who is an expert on spam or anti-spam technologies. I’ve analyzed data from John Graham-Cumming’s “Spammers’ Compendium” to estimate the technical capabilities of spammers and the evolution path of innovations.
by adam on December 3, 2010
Thanks to Chris Eng for making this!
by alex on December 1, 2010
HEY! – At 3pm today Alex (@alexhutton) will be doing an interview over the twitters with Dark Reading’s (@DarkReading) Kelly Jackson Higgins (@kjhiggins). Follow along with the hashtag #verizonDR! We’ll be talking risk, metrics, data, – you know, the new school-y stuff.