Security breaches can happen to any organization. As more and more companies utilize mobile technology to access and connect with resources the threat of a security breach increases exponentially. Cybersecurity experts predict that the security threats will only increase as cyber criminals become more sophisticated in their attacks. Ransomware continues to be an issue for […]
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Thought Leaders In Direct Contact With Adversaries Provide Insights Into New Cyber Attack Techniques
One of the greatest things about the annual RSA Conference is the open sharing of lessons learned between cybersecurity practitioners. One of the sessions I found most rewarding and insightful focused on new cyber attack techniques. This session, moderated by the SANS Institute’s Founder and Research Director Alan Paller, included insights from Ed Skoudis, Michael […]
Editor’s note: Dave Mihelcic has been a leader, mentor and friend to thousands, including me. I wish him the very best in his transition from government service. It was great to see how DISA honored him with with a farewell release on their site. Find and follow Dave on LinkedIn here. -bg The following is […]
Ownership rules In Understanding data ownership in the data lake Elizabeth Koumpan, Executive Architect at IBM, writes: Depending on the organizational point of view, different ownership rules may apply in different situations to data. It is a tricky part when we deal with Data ownership while using external sources, especially if we use social data […]
The KISS principle is the essence of good communication – Keep It Simple, Stupid! This admonishment always refers to the presenter. Encapsulate the essence of your idea into a clear and simple message. Simple is all about intent. Don’t sacrifice your core message, just lose the extraneous details. Why is simple so important? Retired Brigadier […]