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In the famous Kenny Rogers song Lucille, a scorned husband confronts his cheating wife in a bar and publicly shames her by reminding her that she “…picked a fine time to leave me Lucille, with four hungry kids and a crop in the field.” (my apologies if ...
Blog Entry by uuallan | 11 Apr 2013 | 1 comment
Introduction OpenIOC establishes a standard for recording, defining and sharing information both internally and externally in a machine readable format [1]. OpenIOC allows a forensic investigator to describe IOC (Indicators of Compromise) in ...
Blog Entry by Krishnan Narayan | 08 Apr 2013 | 0 comments
Recently, there have been a string of high profile compromises attacking both could based services, a cloud based note taking site, a fast food companies Twitter account, as well as corporations and individuals.  A well known technology writer had his ...
Blog Entry by Joseph.Rogalski | 08 Apr 2013 | 3 comments
Is it naïve of us to think we can ever be perfectly secure? Whether it’s physically or digitally there is always a risk that something bad is going to happen. To protect ourselves physically we install alarms, locks, buy safe cars, have automatic ...
Blog Entry by Robert Shaker | 03 Apr 2013 | 2 comments
This was my second year at the RSA Conference. It was interesting to come back as a "veteran" to the largest security conference (24k attendees according to rumor). I consider myself a veteran since I didn't really see differences ...
Blog Entry by PaulTobia | 01 Apr 2013 | 0 comments
I need a solution   I'm using GDisk.Exe with an MS Dos bootable floppy disc (Ahhh, the nostalgia of it all!!!) to sanitise some old hard drives before I pass them on.    ...
Forum Discussion by Matthew J H Yates | 31 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
I see sessions popping up in conferences and articles lately prophesying the demise of DLP and that DLP has run its course and is something companies should avoid. I have to ask a simple question: Why is it when attackers get more creative and cunning ...
Blog Entry by Phil Harris | 29 Mar 2013 | 5 comments
The United States is ranked #1 for malicious activity by source and we are responsible for just over 21% of all of the malicious activity.  Much of this has to do with my mother the innocent victim who doesn’t know any better and doesn’t even know there ...
Blog Entry by Joseph.Rogalski | 25 Mar 2013 | 2 comments
Thanks to regulatory requirements most everyone in the corporate world in the US is required to have official annual information security awareness/education/training. This isn't a bad thing per se, but I doubt few of us go beyond a stack of ...
Blog Entry by PaulTobia | 22 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
You know, it’s 2013 and we still have this issue of employees believing that corporate data is their own to do with as they please. In a recent Ponemon survey report ~two thirds of employees believe this to be true. Unfortunately, this is an incredibly ...
Blog Entry by Phil Harris | 20 Mar 2013 | 1 comment