I am officially declaring 2017 the year of threat.
Following years of rhetoric about state-based attacks and who is at fault for what major system compromise the public seems to finally have come to grips with a few indisputable notes us security pros have been screaming at the tops of our lungs for a couple decades.
There is (at least) a threat out there targeting every principal.
The bad things threat actors cause mean more to the average person than the increasing the frequency of plastic rotation in a wallet.
Last week I was lucky to have squeezed an early sample of the Samsung Chromebook Pro out of my distributor for evaluation. This is not a review of the device but of how a device like this one, equipped with the ChromeOS stack might fit into the enterprise. Continue reading “Chrome Flat On My Desk”
I recently put together a co-working space in my rural hometown (post coming) as an alternative from my old work-from-home model.
As part of this exercise in dressing up an ancient tin-ceiling storefront it really drilled home how important effective lighting is in my work space for the entire room (and not just the economical task light).
I was looking for this, but couldnt find it so I crunched it myself. Here’s the history of artificial light in one graph.
This may be more huff and puff than real news, at least to anyone in the security industry — it’s just all too common. These sorts of things happen at any and all organizations (though few are likely to admit it). Continue reading “SEC Security Lunacy”