January 2015 Archives

From January 2015...

As you've undoubtedly heard by now, President Obama renewed calls for increased cybersecurity legislation, all apparently because Sony Pictures Entertain (SPE) got hacked? If you've not heard, check out the mainstream press coverage here...

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From January 2015...

Now that we can soundly close the book on 2014, it's perhaps a good time to take a quick think back as we consider our best path forward. 2014 was indeed the year of infosec insanity, based on the sheer number of large breaches, number of breaches, number of "major, earth-shattering" vulnerability disclosures, etcetera etcetera etcetera (if you didn't read that last bit in the voice of the King of Siam, then check it out here).

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From December 2014...

I was awoken around 5am post-Thanksgiving Saturday by multiple text messages from Facebook instructing me to click a link and enter a code to reset my password. It seems someone decided to try and takeover my account. This led me to conclude that now would be a good time to quit putting-off enabling 2-factor authentication (2FA) for my account. What should have been a very simple process was complicated (slightly) by a degree of true derpitude: in order to enable 2FA for my account, Facebook first insisted that I change my browser configuration (or use a different browser) that wasn't set to clear cookies after each session.

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GBN: Recent GTP Security Research

From November 2014...

Before resuming delving into any philosophical meanderings about infosec or info risk mgmt, I wanted to first highlight some recent research for you all. All of the following require a GTP subscription (go here to contact us if you're interested in getting access).

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GBN: Updating GTP's DLP Coverage

From November 2014...

It's been a couple years since the last update of our DLP coverage. In the process of updating it this go-round, I'll be taking the reins from Anton Chuvakin and picking up primary coverage of DLP for the SRMS team. In addition to revising the existing documents (Enterprise Content-Aware DLP Solution Comparison and Select Vendor Profiles and Enterprise Content-Aware DLP Architecture and Operational Practices - GTP subscription required), we'll also be spinning off a foundational document that can be referenced when getting started with a project.

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