Tag: Information security

  • A trip down cyber memory lane, or from C64 to #FF0000 teaming

    Reposting this from the original post I put on the IOActive website for the national cyber security awareness month… So, it’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and here at IOActive we have been lining up some great content for you. Before we get to that, I was asked to put in a short post with […]

  • Seeing RED in your future? – Recap from DerbyCon 3.0

    Yes, I know, It’s been a while since I updated anything here. Work, life, etc… So here’s a quick update/recap on some of the latest: SecurityZone 2013 was an excellent experience. Always great to get back to Cali to meet who are now friends rather than just colleagues and conference organizers. I delivered the keynote […]

  • Security Awareness and Security Context – Aitel and Krypt3ia are both wrong?

    It was pretty obvious that after an Information Security persona such as Dave Aitel has posted his “Why you shouldn’t train employees for security awareness” article, there would be a lot of flak from the industry. A lot has been said about training employees to be somewhat more savvy users when dealing with corporate equipment […]

  • Sexy Defense

    So, Source Boston proved to be a great venue for the inauguration of the Sexy Defense paper and talk that I was working on recently. Had a great time both developing the concepts, as well as discussing them before, on stage, and especially after the talk. I really was amazed by the great feedback that people had […]

  • Cyber, Cyber, Cyber. What are we talking about anyway?

    A long draught (almost a month) in this blog is finally coming to an end after I had some great conversations with good friends at the cyber un-conference here in Israel. One of the obvious discussions is around the use of the term cyber (surprise). The general agreement is that the term has been violated […]