Category Archives: CyberWar

Emergency Preparedness and Cyber Security

This week I had the opportunity to be the plenary speaker for the Alaska Homeland Security Preparedness┬áConference. It was a great chance to talk to folks who worry about terrorism and natural disasters and convey to them the impact that … Continue reading

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Thinking About BlackHat – The Suits vs. The Shorts

One of the interesting things about BlackHat is that hackers and CISOs rub elbows. One of the few places where that happens routinely. It’s kinda funny. The CISOs are trying not to look so much like a “suit”, so they … Continue reading

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Day 3 at CORE

Yet another day of fun at CORE today. Spent the day getting to know the people, figuring out critical strategies, and places where I can start inserting myself to have some immediate impact. Started working on goals for the next … Continue reading

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All Your Data Are Belong To US

It has become very apparent that something security and privacy professionals have talked about for a long time has become quite real. And I think there’s really no putting the genie back in the bottle, either, sadly. Basically, once there … Continue reading

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