If you attended a big ISC2 event or were at any number of information security conferences, you’d have met him. I remember many years ago he was at an ISC2 event at the RSA Conference and we chatted a bit because he gave me a hard time (in jest) because I came in late to […]

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Interesting and yet so obvious. Researchers at the Danish telecom operator TDC identified an interesting trend where certain types of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks were much more successful than others. The key? Taking advantage of a misconfigured firewall which accepts a certain type of traffic and must interpret and process the data. Affecting […]

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So, i’m not a regular reader of Elle Magazine, or really ever a reader of Elle magazine, but there is a great article about Google’s “Security Princess”, Parisa Tabriz, and her background and career at Google. You can find the article at – http://www.elle.com/life-love/society-career/google-parisa-tabriz-profile and I highly recommend it!

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Probably. Unless you’ve been away for a while or manage the eBay web-site, you are probably aware that 145 million passwords have been breached. I added the snarky part about managing the eBay site because the fact that this happened is almost obscured from its users. There was a recommendation to change your password, as […]

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