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The Preliminary NIST Cybersecurity Framework published and Workshop #5 scheduled

The newly published Preliminary Cybersecurity Framework from NIST, part of the federal effort to help critical infrastructure owners and operators reduce cybersecurity risks, is now available for review, with some interesting new language and a final workshop scheduled for November.

Is cybersecurity by fiat dead on arrival?

Are legislation and regulation a viable means of making people and organizations do better at securing data systems and devices? I’m not talking about FIAT the car maker, but fiat: “an official order given by someone who has power.” How’s that working in light of NIST CSF and HIPAA?

Offensive / Proactive tactics, will they really work? Blackhat day 1

Blackhat keynote speaker Shawn Henry, the former executive assistant director of the FBI’s Criminal, Cyber, Response and Service Branch, started off the day after opening remarks from Jeff Moss, founder of Blackhat. Moss wondered if now was the time for the cyber-security sector to take a more aggressive/offensive approach. Jeff mentioned working for a former

Cyberwarfare and Music: It’s All Tempo

Old joke: how can you tell a lousy drummer is at your front door? The knocks keep slowing down. Tempo of operations are similar in that if you can keep a fast, sustained rhythm outpacing the adversary, you’ll keep the initiative. If your side knows when the tempo is supposed to speed up or slow

HR 4061: What Three Bucks buys you…

According to the CBO report quoted in this graphic, three dollars from every citizen of the United States each year for four years is what the final cost will be. We’re talking about the amped up Cybersecurity Enhancement Act of 2010 (HR 4061) currently passed by the House of Representatives. This can easily be confused

Senate Bill 773: What it means for Cyber Security and Cybercrime

Allow me to frame the threat of cybercrime that we all face by quoting from Jeff Debrosse’s 2009 Cybersecurity Review white paper: Cybercriminals are global and often well organized. They are smaller and more maneuverable than most corporations. Some are sheltered by certain G8 economic countries’ policies and laws. Their thefts fuel their home country’s

Data Leakage, Politics, the Universe and Everything…

There is no way of eliminating the risk of data loss completely because systems, however good they are, are implemented, administered and used by human beings.

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