Defining DevOps for the Enterprise
Curt Franklin 8/9/2017 1 comment
Is there anything in the DevOps methodology that makes it impossible to use for secure development? To get the answer, first you have to define DevOps.
WannaCry Hero in FBI Custody
Curt Franklin 8/7/2017 1 comment
Marcus Hutchins, the researcher who killed WannaCry, was arrested last week in Las Vegas. Should his arrest send a chill over the researcher community?
Personal Security Begets Enterprise Security
News Analysis 7/20/2017 2 comments
Employees' personal approach to information security is fundamentally crucial to their organizations' security posture. Accordingly, enterprises would do well to learn from recent hacks and rethink the way they train their employees in cybersecurity matters.
The Stress of Being CISO
News Analysis 7/3/2017 3 comments
The title 'CISO' carries with it some serious stress. A new poll talks about that stress and what to do about it.
The Wreckage of Petya
Curt Franklin 6/30/2017 10 comments
Petya (or NotPetya) arrived, but to what end? A Friday Security Haiku prompts thinking about the answers.
The New Nation-State Normal
Curt Franklin 6/26/2017 5 comments
Cyber attacks sponsored by nation-states are here to stay. If you want your organization to be here to stay, you'd best prepare for the worst.
Finding the right tools can be the start of the right path toward DevSecOps. Here's how to start the hunt.
A Friday Haiku asks about the color of your hat.
While the world is watching a battle of words, North Korea has been attacking the West and funding its global operations through cybercrime.
Rackspace is adding features and functions to its managed security offerings. Is it all a company needs?
The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will make the landscape shift for big data users around the world.
Join us for an interview with Casey Ellis, CEO of Bugcrowd
Facebook has introduced new measures that will enable users to secure access to their accounts using a physical 'key' application.