Posts Tagged 'hacking'

It’s 11:00 p.m. Do you know where your data is? Most reports on data theft events concentrate on how the bad guys got into the organization, what failed to stop them, and what information was taken. I often think about how the information was taken out, or exfiltrated, and who the likely culprits were. Intel […]

Next month I’ll be moving back to the US after a few years living in Japan. While moving internationally can be a headache, one of the fun things about it is shopping for a new car. I’ve had my eye on a Jeep Wrangler and have been weighing the pros and cons of getting an […]

Continuing a conversation with principal security consultant Amit Bagree I had the opportunity recently to sit down with Amit Bagree, one of our principal security consultants, for a chat about the most common weak points in network security. Amit has been breaking things apart since childhood, has been working in the security field for almost […]

A conversation with principal security consultant Amit Bagree. I had the opportunity recently to sit down with Amit Bagree, one of our principal security consultants, for a chat about the most common weak points in network security. Amit has been breaking things apart since childhood, has been working in the security field for almost 10 […]

Driverless technology, beyond making commutes shorter and more productive, could provide new levels of freedom for seniors and disabled people. It could also reinvent transportation, making cars safer and accident-adverse. But driverless cars can only achieve this potential if they’re secure. This brings us to a recent report published by Senator Edward J. Markey about […]