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The car alarm syndrome and the high cost of too many security alerts

The car alarm syndrome and the high cost of too many security alerts

Sophisticated bad guys are likely to assume that high-value targets have deployed the latest security technologies - this has been the case going back over a decade.

Why it's time to replace the tootsie pop approach to network security

Why it's time to replace the tootsie pop approach to network security

How did we arrive at this approach to network security and, more importantly, what's happening today that's causing us to seriously rethink this approach?

The one-two punch of cybercrime: Who's leading the fight?

The one-two punch of cybercrime: Who's leading the fight?

Whose responsibility is it to lead the fight against cybercrime and protect valuable health care data? The answer: it's not just one person.

Why enterprise IT and security teams should talk more

Why enterprise IT and security teams should talk more

The "It won't happen to me" mentality combined with communication gaps between the IT and security teams greatly increases enterprises' risk of being breached.

Developer liability, data proliferation at center of FTC report on IoT

Developer liability, data proliferation at center of FTC report on IoT

The truth is simply that none of us, including the FTC and Ofcom, fully know or understand the extent for which the unintended consequences of IoT will show its ugly head.

This key unlocks the door to a network virtualization wonderland

This key unlocks the door to a network virtualization wonderland

One crucial step will ensure that you do not fall haphazardly down the rabbit hole on your way there.

What we can learn from $1 billion bank-robbing malware

What we can learn from $1 billion bank-robbing malware

If we can learn anything from the Carbanak malware, it is to use stealthy and evasive maneuvers in the security technology and education we deploy within enterprises to fight fire with fire.

IoT security: It's not to late to get it right!

IoT security: It's not to late to get it right!

As much as I applaud the FTC for making security a priority, its recommendations are light years away from where the current IoT security bar is.

Protect people, not machines

Protect people, not machines

Perimeter security has only brought us so far. It's time to embrace a user-centric model instead.

Policy driven development: Bringing DevOps to InfoSec

Policy driven development: Bringing DevOps to InfoSec

In order to show risk is being properly managed, security teams are often regarded as gatekeepers who slow the pace of software development due to what is perceived as their authoritative behavior.

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