Bitcoin had a hard time in February 2014, is it a viable investment for a cautious digital immigrant?
General articles about security infrastructure in IT networks, high assurance networks and industrial control systems, that do not fit into other categories.
At this time of year, it seems that one of the duties of a CTO of a security company to make predictions about the year ahead.
My prediction is somewhat generic, followed by a wish list. Please help me with my wish list, so we can prevent my prediction!
Ethernet over Power
In my blog about smart meters I asked who is looking after the consumers interest in smart meters. Ethernet over Power adds a new dimension to the debate.
1999 Conference – Risks of electronic attack on Britain’s Critical National Infrastructure
In 1999, In Britain, Margaret Beckett, then leader of the Commons, hosted a closed conference for industrialists and intelligence officials to warn about the growing risk of electronic attack on Britain’s Critical National Infrastructure.
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Smart Homes / Meters: Consumer Progress or Nightmare
The futuristic visions promoted by Smart Metering and Smart Cities are compelling on several levels. Add into the mix an Internet connected car. As a security person it worries be how this all joins up in he home.
Am I a doom monger, or is there an issue that needs proper debate?
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Economist Debate: “…a hyperconnected world is more rather than less secure.”
This is an insightful debate in the Economist, the full title being
This house believes that a hyper-connected world is more rather than less secure.
Sadly I missed the online comment period, so was not able to offer my thoughts in the debate itself. I would have voted less secure.
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