Computer Security Incident Response - Part 3

November 16, 2010 Added by:John McGloughlin

The efficiency and effectiveness of the Security Operations Center (SOC) team depends on disciplined conduct, continuous communication, uniformed approach, low defect rates and positive attitudes. This team is the basis of a continuous effort to protect the assets of the corporation...

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Irony - Administration Proposes Internet Privacy Czar

November 14, 2010 Added by:Headlines

It is ironic to think that an increase in government monitoring and policing of online activities will do anything to increase privacy for consumers. As a free society, we need to be careful about empowering federal bureaucracies in order to preserve individual freedoms...

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Are You a Demanding User?

November 12, 2010 Added by:Christopher Burgess

When we raise our heads and look into our infrastructure, at times we are thwarted due to the lack of similar technology being availed or an information technology implementation policy standing between us and the new capability. The reality is, we aren't alone...

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Computer Security Incident Response - Part 2

November 10, 2010 Added by:John McGloughlin

If you’re part of a policy making body and maybe don’t have very much real world cyber-combat experience - don’t put together a flow chart for how to deal with a reconnaissance threat and hand it to the operational team. You’ll just piss them off and the objective will be lost...

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Federal Cyber Security: Are We Winning or Losing?

November 09, 2010 Added by:Jon Stout

The state of our cyber defense was summarized by Michael Chertoff when he concluded that it may take a digital 9-11 to get business, consumers and governments to fortify their cyber security defenses. In effect we are fighting an asymmetrical war and, at present, we appear to be losing...

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Social Media, Infosec and the War on Drugs

November 08, 2010 Added by:Javvad Malik

More and more companies are finding their employee’s are addicted to the latest drug. A drug that is freely available and most addicts need to take several times a day. It’s the drug of social media.But what does this have to do with information security? Perhaps a bit more than you thought...

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Five Ways to Create High Quality Security Policies

November 03, 2010 Added by:Robb Reck

Security policies are the foundation of an enterprise information security program. Without a solid foundation in place you simply cannot build a sturdy long-lasting structure; be it a building or a security program. Here are five things that can help you ensure your foundation is strong...

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Zero Trust Security – The Technical Discussion

November 02, 2010 Added by:PCI Guru

It takes strong leadership to keep security off of the back burner. Without that leadership, security will fall into a rut and an incident will occur. So while I think Zero Trust is probably the approach we should all work towards, it will take a lot of effort to make it a reality...

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Glorifying the Attackers and Prosecuting the Victims

October 29, 2010 Added by:Danny Lieberman

Translated to the world of security and compliance – we can understand that a basic component of data security in the workplace, is an ethical approach where we maintain a clear identification of who is the malicious attacker and deal with him in an uncompromising and harsh way...

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Zero Trust Security – The Cultural Discussion

October 28, 2010 Added by:PCI Guru

For what this approach requires is that you tell your employees that they cannot be trusted. If that does not scare the daylights out of you, it will sure scare it out of your human resources executives and probably a few, if not all, of the rest of your senior managers...

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Security: So You Want to Work Remotely?

October 26, 2010 Added by:Christopher Burgess

You are no longer within the four walls of the employer, and you no longer have that physical security surrounding you and the assets. Your mobile environment by definition is physically outside their ability to monitor for the physical security threats which every office addresses...

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Why Software Patents Are a Bad Idea

October 26, 2010 Added by:Danny Lieberman

The problem with software patents goes far beyond being an abstract mathematical algorithm or not, since most software is about ways of doing business or implementing consumer electronics, as opposed to innovative computational algorithms...

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Chinese Hackers, Russian Cyber Crime and American Apathy

October 25, 2010 Added by:Dan Dieterle

Many American businesses and home users don’t focus on securing their systems, or simply don’t care. You have 2 to 15 guys protecting your network; they have the manpower to task 1,000 hackers to penetrating your system if you have something they want. Who is going to win that battle?

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UK Declares Cybercrime Growing Threat

October 20, 2010 Added by:Simon Heron

It is interesting that the UK Government seems to be taking the threat of cybercrime more seriously now, especially when you consider the spending review currently underway. Let’s hope that action is taken as a result of the strategy and that it is long term and persistent...

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Should US Apply Cold War Doctrines to Cyber War?

October 18, 2010 Added by:Dan Dieterle

Where many times cyber attacks are more espionage related, they could turn deadly if power, telecommunications or infrastructure is damaged in a large city. Civil security, medical and food supply could be the heaviest hit...

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UK National Security Strategy Published

October 18, 2010 Added by:Mark Gardner

The UK Government published their National Security Strategy. This placed hostile attacks upon UK cyberspace by other states and large scale cybercrime on the same level as International Terrorism, and International Military threats...

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