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Well, it ain't GDPR, but...

New York joined four other states that have expanded the definition of a breach to include not just unauthorized usage of private data...

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VPN - not so P

VPNs have been the standard for years for "safe" access into your corporate network.  But as you know, nothing is perfect.  

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Who stole my Tupperware?

Ok, that was a cheesy headline.  But I was having a really hard time writing a headline for container security.  While...

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Hope is not a strategy...

The problem with most security tools is you really don't know how well they are working.  Sure, you occasionally see what they...

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Lost in the Fog...

Following on from the great article write-up by my colleague Scott Truchot on 5G, this article intrigued me (if for no other reason than...

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The Secondary Impacts in ICS

The latest in my series covering attacks against the Critial Infrastructure industry highlights an interesting case in South Africa - a...

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'Fleet of Foot' Security

We live in a world where our expectations of services provided by business are continuously expanding. I am certainly guilty of...

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5G = New Abilities, New Attack Vectors

With 5G starting to be more than just another G, I have heard of several technology visionaries say how it will change compute.  The...

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Ever more connected...

While this is an early preview into what may come, it's a good reminder that our world is more and more connected on a daily basis....

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Work smarter, not harder?

Greetings, all! It's a hot day in Chicago. 

If you've paid attention, you've seen articles that say Ransomware attacks have actually...

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Thoughts on the NAP hack

Yesterday a huge breach on the bulgarian NAP, the financial authorities was disclosed and the hackers claim to have stolen the personal...

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A summer island hopping?

Island hopping. Conjures up images of clear azure waters, pristine beaches and lazy days. Sadly, in the Cyber world, the reality is...

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The First Real Test of GDPR

As has been discussed within our industry since the announcement of GDPR and the associated fines - we can finally see what the...

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Achieving PCI DSS compliance

Protiviti is a Payment Card Industry Qualified Security Assessor (PCI QSA) company advising organizations globally on how to address the...

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Three Years On From Bangladesh

The notorious cyber attack against the Bank of Bangladesh in 2016 caused the SWIFT co-operative to launch their Customer Security Program...

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The Life of a Pentester

Penetration testing (pentesting) is a fascinating part of information security.  Part hacking, part social-engineering, and part...

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