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Passwords, passphrases, and big numbers: first the good news…

Static passwords: if we can’t kill them off, can we at least improve them? Yes, but here’s a not of caution.

Stuxnet, SCADA and malware

Kelly Jackson Higgins in a Dark Reading article tells us that Malware Attacks Decline In SCADA, Industrial Control Systems, quoting a report published by the Security Incidents Organization drawing on its Repository of Industrial Security Incidents (RISI) database. One aspect that’s attracted attention on specialist lists is the mention of a large US power company

Dark Reading and Crystal Balls

Apparently it's not just me that's sceptical about the value of security crystal ball-gazing. Tim Wilson of Dark Reading takes us (the security industry) to task for being "subjective" and inconsistent in our predictions for the coming year. Strangely, although he does quote an ESET blog (an observation of Randy's) in his selection of predictions he

Botnets, Complacency and the UK Government

Gadi Evron drew my attention in an article for Dark Reading to a piece in IT Pro by Asavin Wattanajantra. The piece quotes Dr. Steve Marsh, of the UK's Cabinet Office (the Office of Cyber Security, to be precise) as saying that botnet operators are interested in money-generating attacks on the private sector, not causing

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