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    September 03, 2019

    Business Continuity and Top Management are Inseparable

    ContinuityCentral.com posted an analysis by editor David Honour of a crisis communication statement made by National Grid CEO John Pettigrew following a wide-area power outage that occurred on August 9th, which was the largest to occur in the UK for over a decade. The analysis scrutinizes every ...

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    August 02, 2019

    Avoiding the Capital One Breach: Defense in Depth

    With the release of the criminal complaint in the recent Capital one breach we now have a better understanding of how Paige A. Thompson exfiltrated data from their cloud vendor. We don’t know all the details and can only make inferences based upon the information available.

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    July 30, 2019

    VxWorks Vulnerabilities: More Exposure Than You Think

    "When you start a sentence with '200 million' in the Cybersecurity world it's likely to end with 'records exposed' but today it's ending with something much scarier, 'devices exposed'." - Nigel Smithson, Sr. Cybersecurity Solutions Engineer @ Sayers  

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    July 23, 2019

    Your Password Policy Should Challenge Hackers, Not Your Users

    Any time a human is involved, the potential for weakened security increases.  Password policies are necessary for cybersecurity compliance; however, burdensome password policies can result in bad user behavior like password transformation.

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    July 03, 2019

    Affordable Cybersecurity Assessment using OWASP

    Sometimes we just need a sanity check and assessments offer that opportunity.  An assessment can offer a glimpse into those things that may require our attention, and ideally, some validation of our good work.  But, they can be potentially expensive.  For a quick self-assessment, there is a ...

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    February 17, 2019

    Doomsday Docker Software Vulnerability

    The attraction of a DevOps strategy is understandable, but sometimes I feel like the speed of business should be just a bit slower.  

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