No one really believes in security by obscurity anymore, do they? Sadly, some people still do, but probably for different reasons than you might expect. I discuss this topic -- with a twist -- in my latest SecurityWeek piece: http://www.securityweek.com/hiding-plain-sight-why-your-organization-cant-rely-security-obscurity. Hope you enjoy.
Friday, January 13, 2017
This month, like the previous several months, brings with it the latest installment in the 20 questions series. In this installment, I discuss 20 questions we should be asking ourselves. Curious what I mean? Have a look at my latest piece in DarkReading: http://www.darkreading.com/endpoint/crowdsourcing-20-answers-to-security-ops-and-ir-questions/a/d-id/1327865?.
Thursday, January 5, 2017
If you cut corners in security, you may be able to fool a few people in the near-term. But in the long-term, you won't fool anyone at all. There is elegance in simplicity, but foolishness in over-simplification (and over-complication for that matter). Curious what I mean? Have a look at my latest piece in SecurityWeek: http://www.securityweek.com/good-security-marathon-not-sprint.