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CyberSecurity Questions CEOs and Boards Should Ask - Learning From GM's Ignition Switch Disaster

Back in 2002 a GM engineer a GM engineer selected an ignition switch for several GM models "''that was so far below GM's own specifications that it failed to keep the car powered on in circumstances that drivers could encounter, resulting in moving stalls on the highway as well as loss of power on rough … Continue reading CyberSecurity Questions CEOs and Boards Should Ask - Learning From GM's Ignition Switch Disaster


Twelve Word Tuesday: Evergreen Headline "New Technology X Impedes Security Process Y" Drives Need for New Security Process Z

Has old Security Process Y Ever Won? Maybe once (CALEA) - usually not. Continue reading Twelve Word Tuesday: Evergreen Headline "New Technology X Impedes Security Process Y" Drives Need for New Security Process Z


Twelve Word Tuesday: Looking for Security Tea Leaves in New Microsoft CEO's "Bold Ambition & Our Core" Missive

Satya Nadella's letter to employeesmentions cloud 7x more often than security. Microsoft CEO letter here Continue reading Twelve Word Tuesday: Looking for Security Tea Leaves in New Microsoft CEO's "Bold Ambition & Our Core" Missive


Twelve Word Tuesday: It Hurts When They Do That, Get Them to Not Do That

Continuous vulnerability avoidance much more profitable than continuous monitoring/mitigation/incident response. Continue reading Twelve Word Tuesday: It Hurts When They Do That, Get Them to Not Do That


Twelve Word Tuesday: Verizon 2014 DBIR Critical Security Controls Incident Prevention Heat Map

Vertical: Hotels need basic hygiene Horizontal: Patching and securing remote access dominate Figure 70 from 2014 Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report Continue reading Twelve Word Tuesday: Verizon 2014 DBIR Critical Security Controls Incident Prevention Heat Map