Perhaps Not as Anonymous as They Thought…

Earlier this week the hacking group Anonymous announced it was going to throw down with the Mexican drug cartel called the Zetas.[1]  Specifically, Anonymous aimed to “post the names, photos and addresses of taxi drivers, police, journalists and others allegedly working with the Zetas.” This was an interesting approach.  Anonymous basically planned to out all […]

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Apple Security

For a long time, Apple has not been significantly affected by malicious code. There has not been an I Love You, Code Red, or a Zeus affecting the Apple ecosystem that I can recall. This lack of malicious code epidemic has led many to assume that Macs are more secure than PCs. While I am […]

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Analogies for the Cloud

As I cross deeper into the Dark Side that is management, I find myself working with more and more non-technical people.  That’s to be expected and I need to find ways to communicate the technical information security risks associated with various technologies.  One of the best tools I’ve found to communicate these risks in a […]

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Observations on the Sony PSN Breach

I read an article at SC Magazine yesterday discussing the Sony PSN Breach. I think it is safe to say that the breach itself is old news. However, the class action suit against Sony is new. (That last link opens a 30 page PDF.) I’ve skimmed through the class action filing and it is an […]

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