Tag: technology

  • March – April Events

    After a quiet start for the year (and keeping up with my promise to try and cut down on travel) we are fast approaching exciting times. March will have a couple of great events I’m really looking forward to, and April packs a really great conference and training. So, without further adue: DC9723 kicking off […]

  • Local PayPal Phishing – and why we need a CERT

    This just came in the mail: (twice – at two different mailboxes – I must be a high value target for these guys) A classic phishing email, with the only exception that it seems highly targeted at the Israeli market! (yeah – I know, I sound a little excited, but this is the first one […]

  • Defining Penetration Testing

    I have been fortunate enough to be working with a group of peers from the security industry over the past few months (since November 2010) on finally creating a solid definition of what a penetration testing is. It has been a topic that has been abused, cannibalized, and lowered to a level where we (as in […]

  • About CyberWar, Deterrence, and Espionage

    Discussing cyberwar, cyber deterrence and cyber espionage

  • Information Security Intelligence Report for 2010 and Predictions for 2011

    Looking back at 2010 shows a widening gap between cybercrime and law enforcement capabilities, in conjunction to nations that have started the cyber-race to develop defensive and offensive capabilities. Most of the attacks analyzed in 2010 depict organizations that fall behind in their defensive strategies as attackers take advantage of a hybrid approach that merges […]