Posts Tagged 'network security'

If you are working in law enforcement, having a network of informants is both a blessing and a curse. A blessing, because they can provide you with information, tips, and clues that you would otherwise miss. A curse, because they may not be the most trustworthy individuals or may see only part of the picture. […]

How are you feeling right now about your network security? Are you worried about stealth attacks across multiple vectors? Trying to keep to a long-term security strategy that is constantly changing due to evolving attacks and hopeful new products? Struggling to stitch together a cohesive view from all of the previously promising new products? Constantly […]

In October of 2000, we were introduced to the film “Pay It Forward.” The central idea of the heartwarming movie is that one good deed should beget three others, and the world will be a better place for it. That same idea is constantly at play in the cybersecurity world, but instead of good deeds, […]

On Tuesday, CNN reported that a group of cybercriminals compromised a network used by the White House. The network in question was unclassified—the most sensitive material that could’ve been stolen was the president’s private schedule—but the incident does offer a stark example of just how easy it is for anyone to fall victim to cybercrime. […]

Being a parent in a socially networked world is likely one of the toughest challenges you will face. In the thick of this challenge, I’ve shifted my parenting approach significantly over the past several years. I’ve evolved, as many of you have witnessed on this blog, from being a panicked protector to a full-time preparer. A key shift for me personally has been […]