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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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    January 28, 2019

    Combatting Uncertainty Around Cloud Security Readiness

    Overall, there is a weak grasp on what "Cloud Security" actually means. 

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    January 07, 2019

    Life Safety Above All Else

    Years ago, when I sat for my CISSP, I went into the exam carrying two bits of advice offered to me by a mentor:

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    March 05, 2018

    Did you order all these large packets?

    This week GitHub became the victim of the largest DDOS attack ever recorded due to a new amplification attack being observed in the wild.  This attack, which did not require building a botnet or compromising any servers, was able to generate 1.35TBps of data against the target.  It leveraged UDP ...

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    January 04, 2018

    Moore’s Law Crippled by Security Flaw

    Most of us working in Information Technology are aware of the Moore’s Law observation.  A gross over-simplification would be to say the transistor density on an integrated circuit doubles about every two years (some quote 18 months), and as a result, performance increases by double in that same ...

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    November 02, 2017

    Threat Deception: Attacking the Illusion

    “Guardian, this is Rapier....three klicks southeast of target…Rapier is Oscar Mike.  Radio silent.  Over.”

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