Monthly ArchivesMay 2015

Why the Adult Friend Finder Breach Should Concern You standard

Check out this great post by Dave Lewis over at CSO who reports on one of those face-palm realizations that many folks are having today. Adult Friend Finder is a social hookup site that fell victim to a breach with all kinds of data on its members now disclosed to the public. Why is that a big deal? Because an alarming number of users on that site signed up for the service using their corporate email accounts. HR nightmare aside, there is a ton of really great information now available to an attacker. If you use the service, you may have your own issues with your intimate details and preferences being publicly available. As a corporate CISO, you need to ...

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March-April 2015 Roundup standard

Shush it. I know it’s been a little slow around here. There are some major things in the works! I started a new gig, for one, which is consuming the bulk of my time. I’m also working on a 3.1 addendum to our book, which should be out by the summer. March and April were some busy months for many of us. Three major shows (MAC, ETA, and RSA Conference) all happened in those months. PCI DSS 3.1 was released. You paid your taxes (hopefully). Here’s what you folks liked the most last month: The Only Customer Service Script You Will Ever Need. Maybe the economy is heating up? Who knows why this one is still at the top. Regardless, ...

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