EFF on HTTPS

by Chandler on October 31, 2011

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has published a report on the State of HTTPS Security that promises to be the first in a series and is well worth reading on its own. The TL;DR version:  HTTPS adoption is growing rapidly, but (…)

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Maria Klawe on increasing Women in Technology

by adam on October 24, 2011

I talk a lot about the importance of data in enabling us to bring the scientific method to bear on information security. There’s a reason for that: more data will let us know the falsehoods, and knowing the falsehoods will (…)

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Some Thoughts on Binary Risk Assessment

by alex on October 20, 2011

Ben Sapiro showed off his Binary Risk Assessment (BRA) at SecTor recently.   While I didn’t see the presentation, I’ve taken some time and reviewed the slides and read through the documentation.  I thought I’d quickly give my thoughts on this: (…)

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Some random cloudy thinking

by Chandler on October 8, 2011

Thanks to the announcement of Apple’s iCloud, I’ve been forced to answer several inquiries about The Cloud this week.  Now, I’m coming out of hiding to subject all of you to some of it… The thing that you must never (…)

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New School of Information Security Book Reading at Ada’s

by adam on October 5, 2011

Last Sunday, I did a book reading at Ada’s Technical Books. As I say in the video, I was excited because while I’ve talked about the New School, and I’ve given talks about the New School, I hadn’t done a (…)

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