Cyber Scorecarding Services

Cyber Scorecarding Services

Ample evidence exists to underline that shortcomings in a third-parties cyber security posture can have an extremely negative effect on the security integrity of the businesses they connect or partner with. Consequently, there’s been a continuous and frustrated desire for a couple of decades for some kind of independent verification ... Read More
NextGen SIEM Isn’t SIEM

NextGen SIEM Isn’t SIEM

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is feeling its age. Harkening back to a time in which businesses were prepping for the dreaded Y2K and where the cutting edge of security technology was bound to DMZ’s, Bastion Hosts, and network vulnerability scanning – SIEM has been along for the ride ... Read More
Lock Picking at Security Conferences

Lock Picking at Security Conferences

Both new and returning attendees at technical security conferences are often puzzled by the presence of lock picking break-out areas and the gamut of hands-on tutorials. For an industry primarily focused on securing electronic packets of ones and zeros, an enthusiasm for manual manipulation of mechanical locks seems out of ... Read More
Consumer IoT Security v1.01

Consumer IoT Security v1.01

They say charity begins at home, well IoT security probably should too. The growing number of Internet enabled and connected devices we populate our homes with continues to grow year on year - yet, with each new device we connect up, the less confident we become in our home security.The ... Read More
Deception Technologies: Deceiving the Attacker or the Buyer?

Deception Technologies: Deceiving the Attacker or the Buyer?

Deception technologies, over the last three-ish years, have come into vogue; with more than a dozen commercial vendors and close to a hundred open source products available to choose from. Solutions range from local host canary file monitoring, through to autonomous self-replicating and dynamic copies of the defenders network operating ... Read More
What would you do if...

What would you do if…

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As a bit of a "get to know your neighbor" exercise or part of a team building exercise, have you ever been confronted with one of those "What would you do if..." scenarios?My socially awkward and introvert nature (through some innate mechanism of self preservation) normally helps me evade such ... Read More
Allowing Vendors VPN access during Product Evaluation

Allowing Vendors VPN access during Product Evaluation

For many prospective buyers of the latest generation of network threat detection technologies it may appear ironic that these AI-driven learning systems require so much manual tuning and external monitoring by vendors during a technical “proof of concept” (PoC) evaluation.Practically all vendors of the latest breed of network-based threat detection ... Read More
Machine Learning Approaches to Anomaly and Behavioral Threat Detection

Machine Learning Approaches to Anomaly and Behavioral Threat Detection

Anomaly detection approaches to threat detection have traditionally struggled to make good on the efficacy claims of vendors once deployed in real environments. Rarely have the vendors lied about their products capability – rather, the examples and stats they provide are typically for contrived and isolated attack instances; not representative ... Read More
Body Worn Camera Technologies – Futures and Security

Body Worn Camera Technologies – Futures and Security

“Be careful what you wish for” is an appropriate adage for the flourishing use and advancement of body worn camera (BWC) technologies. As police forces around the world adapt to increased demands for accountability – where every decision, reaction, and word can be analyzed in post-event forensic fashion – the ... Read More
Edge Computing, Fog Computing, IoT, and Securing them All

Edge Computing, Fog Computing, IoT, and Securing them All

The oft used term “the Internet of Things” (IoT) has expanded to encapsulate practically any device (or “thing”) with some modicum of compute power that in turn can connect to another device that may or may not be connected to the Internet. The range of products and technologies falling in ... Read More
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