Lessons learned along the way and plans to help you avoid FUD provoked GDPR investment
I wanted to blast an assumption about your kids’ ability to manage their own security My kids have been told since they were tiny what it’s ok, and not ok, to do
Part of the Infospectives Diary Of An InfoSec Kid series. Originally written about the Kiddicare hack, but now 117 Million LinkedIn usernames and passwords have been found for sale on the darknet...
Is this a valuable outing of a principle-free profit-obsessed security trade, careless stereotype reinforcement, something in between, or a harmless bit of #InfoSec name dropping?
Working out why handling of the upgrade made me so grumpy and how we hand over so much control to big vendors.
Do we ask and can we answer the question “Why?” when talking about security? Not just for our employers, but for our peers, and our kids? If we can’t or we don’t,