Archive for the “Links” category

Elevation of Privilege news

by adam on May 20, 2011

I wanted to let people know that Microsoft is making the source files for the Elevation of Privilege game available. They are Adobe Illustrator and InDesign files, and are now on the EoP download site. They’re the 85mb of zipped (…)

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Lazy Sunday, Lazy Linking

by alex on December 12, 2010

Hey, remember when blogging was new and people would sometimes post links instead of making “the $variable Daily” out of tweets?  Well even though I’m newschool with the security doesn’t mean I can’t kick it oldschool every so often.  So (…)

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Doing threat intelligence right

by Russell on January 18, 2010

To improve threat intelligence, it’s most important to address the flaws in how we interpret and use the intelligence that we already gather. Intelligence analysts are human beings, and many of their failures follow from intuitive ways of thinking that, while allowing the human mind to cut through reams of confusing information, often end up misleading us.

All in the Presentation

by Chandler on December 5, 2009

America’s Finest News Source teaches an excellent lesson on how to spin data: Labor Dept: Available Labor Rate Increases To 10.2% WASHINGTON—In what is being touted by the Labor Department as extremely positive news, the nation’s available labor rate has (…)

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You’ve Got To Move It Move It

by David Mortman on October 19, 2009

Josh Corman had an awesome post over on Fudsec on Friday. It’s so awesomely appropriate to this blog, that I’m sharing it with you. My only complaint is that I wish that I had written instead. Go read it right (…)

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Links To Interesting Stuff

by alex on June 8, 2009

I have a ton of tabs open in Firefox about stuff I thought would be some sweet newschool-esque reading for everybody out there. 1.) Threat and Risk Mapping Analysis in Sudan Not really about measurement and progress, but a fascinating (…)

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