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Twelve Word Tuesday: 3D Printing Instantly Creates Tire Patches, But Patching Software Takes Months?

Probably under .1% of critical business apps would break with autopatching enabled. Continue reading Twelve Word Tuesday: 3D Printing Instantly Creates Tire Patches, But Patching Software Takes Months?


The Internet of Things: Scary Stuff but a Chance to Advance

A small crowd braved the government shutdown, a BART strike and San Francisco's trademark fog to attend SANS' first Securing the Internet of Things Summit in San Francisco, CA. A short recap: I started out by making fun of some of the hype out there - the bottom line is the IoT is just everything … Continue reading The Internet of Things: Scary Stuff but a Chance to Advance


Twelve Word Tuesday: Securing the Internet of New Things

The Internet of New Things could actually advance security levels over old. Continue reading Twelve Word Tuesday: Securing the Internet of New Things


Twelve Word Tuesday: Will NSA Surveillance Hype Increase Adoption of Data Encryption?

Surveillance mania increases perceived gain but doesn't lower barriers to persistent encryption. Continue reading Twelve Word Tuesday: Will NSA Surveillance Hype Increase Adoption of Data Encryption?


Security Mythbusting By The Numbers

I saw an interesting infographic recently: So, apparently the UK Police Central e-Crime Unit spent 17.2M pounds and prevented 1B pounds of cybercrime - 58 units of cybercrime prevention for every unit of currency spent over 18 months. Earlier this year, McAfee and the Center for Strategic International Studies produced the "Economic Impact of Cybercrime … Continue reading Security Mythbusting By The Numbers