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June 10, 2007

Thoughts on Certification Schemes in Information Security

I have been asked on numerous occassions by different people what my feelings are regarding security certifications.  I have collated the types of questions I get under […]
June 9, 2007

Botnets – Digital Weapons of Mass Destruction?

In a previous post “CERTs to the rescue” I highlighted how various CSIRTS around Europe assisted Estonia in dealing with a series of ongoing cyber attacks.  A […]
June 6, 2007

He Who Lives by the Sword, Dies by The Sword

I recently met a colleague for lunch who works for an anti-virus vendor.  During our conversation my lunch colleague highlighted some embarrassing mistakes his own company […]
June 1, 2007

NIST Release 5 new Publications

NIST (the US National Institute of Standards and Technology) have released 5 new publications relating to information security.  The publications that NIST produce are excellent and […]
June 1, 2007

Security & Google Docs

A client of mine contacted me recently regarding using Google Docs as the corporate standard for his company.  The premise being workers would be able to […]
June 1, 2007

Normal Service is Now Resumed

My apologies for not updating the Blog over the past week, I have been away on business and the opportunities to update have been few and […]
May 26, 2007

May Issue of Security Watch Newsletter Now Available

The May 2007 edition of our sister publication, the Security Watch Newsletter, is now available online.  For those of you who do not subscribe to our newsletter, […]
May 22, 2007

Brian Honan to Speak at COSAC 2007

Our Senior Consultant, Brian Honan, will be addressing the 14th COSAC International Computer Security Symposium in September of this year. Brian will present to the symposium the lessons learnt […]