Having been on a customer site all day, I returned home to scan my email.
Over half the emails were festive greetings, with all sorts of creative content: embedded images, attached animated images, links to sites with festive messages and attached files with seasonal offers.
What could possibly go wrong? Continue reading “Bah-Humbug”
As we approach the Christmas holiday period, I thought I’d share a cautionary tale on setting up your Out-of-Office auto-response. For quite a while now I have been building a relationship with a prospective customer. While I have had discussions with a person there – let’s call him Bob – Bob has worked hard to keep his privacy. Continue reading “Out of Office Dilemma”
Bitcoin is a subject that Cyber Matters first reported on two years ago, concluding it was premature to invest, unless you can afford to lose your stake. Since that time, the underlying Blockchain has been gaining an increase in interest. Continue reading “Trustworthy Wallets”
In an important Juniper security announcement last month it was revealed that:
“During a recent internal code review, Juniper discovered unauthorized code in ScreenOS that could allow a knowledgeable attacker to gain administrative access to NetScreen® devices and to decrypt VPN connections.” Continue reading “Could PAS 754 have helped Juniper?”
I’ve just had a read of Symantec’s State of Privacy Report – 2015. It’s well worth a quick scan if you’ve not come across it before.
It highlights some of the contradictions and challenges we face in our industry.
Continue reading “Data Trust Gap”