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The Highest Risk Ever….. Not!

  I just received one of my daily news reports about Cyber Security and it said something to the effect of such and such a Research group has found out that Application Security holes are at highest numbers ever and … Continue reading

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Home Depot Breach 43M loss posting on LinkedIn

I just read an article on LinkedIn about the negative impact caused by the recent Home Depot breach. Here are my thoughts about how all the 2014 breaches should change some C level and Information Security paradigms. These could cause a major … Continue reading

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The Insider Threat is Alive and Well – a summary taken directly from Raytheon’s How to Build an Insider Threat Program (2014) …

Aspects of human nature further complicate matters: Well-intended managers resist any notions of “their people” doing “bad things.” They screened them. They hired them. They work with them side-by-side and – if they’re good bosses – have developed a genuine interest … Continue reading

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The Cyber Security CIA explained via Calvin and Hobbes

Leave it to my son Kody, who is starting his Cyber Security career to come up with this novel way to explain the CIA triad for Cyber Security. In InfoSec terms, CIA refers to Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability. To illustrate … Continue reading

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