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Full hearing: US Senate on Cyber War Readiness

Highlights from the US Senate panel on cybersecurity 23 February 2010. Mary Ann Davidson, CSO (Oracle). Required reading! Ms. Davidson masters the subject in bright prose. This is an excellent indictment of the rush deploy smart grid technologies before we’ve had time to harden them from the types of attacks that routinely take computers off … Continue reading

How much data theft is a lot?

One question I find myself answering frequently is “How much data is stolen?” Put differently, friends and colleagues want to know how much data theft qualifies as a lot, or too much. Often people have the belief that they would already be aware of the problem if it was truly widespread. Thanks to legislation forcing … Continue reading

Spy uses subcontractors for access

Supply chain penetration is a vulnerability that has been in the news a lot recently. Corporations and governments know that IT systems hold the keys to the kingdom, but so far they have not been able to batten down the hatches of the supply chain. Corporations don’t want information about these types of problems to … Continue reading

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