Usable Security: History, Themes, and Challenges (Book Review)

by adam on November 17, 2014

Simson Garfinkel and Heather Lipford’s Usable Security: History, Themes, and Challenges should be on the shelf of anyone who is developing software that asks people to make decisions about computer security. We have to ask people to make decisions because (…)

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Modeling Attackers and Their Motives

by adam on November 11, 2014

There are a number of reports out recently, breathlessly presenting their analysis of one threatening group of baddies or another. You should look at the reports for facts you can use to assess your systems, such as filenames, hashes and (…)

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