Tag Archives: information security
For the past few years I was puzzled by the concept of Zero Trust (ZT). I thought it was this big, nebulous thing that I just could not wrap my mind around. Every time I asked a vendor partner for … Continue reading
The bad guys are now starting to target mid-tier companies with their hacking activities. In many cases these companies have not yet come to realize that having a Certified Chief Information Security Officer (C|CISO) or a Virtual Cerified|CISO (vC|CISO) is … Continue reading
Successful ransomware attacks are at an all time high, we are losing the cyberwar, cyber criminals are making more money than ever before and it is only going to get worse, a cyber attack could be as damaging as … Continue reading
One item that really bugs me is to hear IT and Cyber Security professionals espouse that the perimeter is dead and that Cyber Security professionals should stop focusing on tools that protect the non-existing perimeter. I was at … Continue reading
I have been lucky enough to spend most of my Cyber Security career doing startup operations for large companies. I thrive on the energy and passion that teams get when they are given the opportunity and support to design and … Continue reading
One common item that information Security Professionals working in Critical Manufacturing environments have to deal with is that of legacy systems. You see, in Critical Manufacturing environments it is very common for the systems that run … Continue reading
Still for foundation level folks but a bit more technical view of Defense in Depth than last week’s post.
Cyber security professionals are often tasked with trying to defend more than they have the resources to defend. This is especially true in the area of Critical Manufacturing as there tends to be a strong desire to protect everything. In … Continue reading
A basic somewhat quirky and fun look at Defense in Depth.