Security Cloud Courses About

Security

2021 > 32 posts

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Microsoft Edge Experiment 'Super Duper Secure Mode' Aims To Reduce Openings for Hackers

The Microsoft Edge browser team is conducting an experiment in an attempt to increase the cybersecurity of the browser and how it handles javascript. …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
US Federal Government Cybersecurity is Lacking

A new report from a United States Senate Committee gave 24 US department and agencies an average grade of C- in cybersecurity. That’s not good.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Lazio & BlackMatter Bring Ransomware Into the Spotlight…Again

The region of Lazio was hit by a ransomware attack and is struggling to recover from this attack on critical infrastructure. BlackMatter, a new …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Hackers Attempt To Extort Electronic Arts (EA), Fail, Then Leak Source Code

EA got hacked and 780 GB of source code was stolen. The hackers attempted to extort EA and when they didn’t pay, the data was dumped online.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Twitter Shows Slow MFA Adoption, Is Security Unusable?

Twitter’s latest transparency report shows a low uptake for the multi-factor authentication feature. This is a great security control …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Pegasus Spyware Runs Roughshod over Human Rights

The Pegasus Project is a collaborative effort by a number of media and advocacy organizations around to the world. With their work, they are shining a …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
US Government Puts Cybersecurity Front and Center

There are now 5 seniors leaders in the US federal governments with cybersecurity as their primary mandate. Is this going to be a problem?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
New Ransomware Resources For Defenders

Two new resources launched to help people understand the challenges associated with ransomware; StopRansomware.gov and RansomWhe.re

imgs/thumbnail.webp
REvil-ed Ransomware Group Goes Kaput?

REvil has been one of the top ransomware groups for the past few months but they’re suddenly offline. No note, no warning, just gone.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Ransomware Attack On Kaseya Still Very Real For Victims

Long after the headlines pass, victims of ransomware are left struggling to get back to “normal” operations. It’s a long, …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Microsoft Windows PrinterNightmare Patch Highlight “Unperfect” Security Decisions

The out-of-band patch for PrinterNightmare on Microsoft Windows doesn’t completely fix the issue. What are IT and security teams to do?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
REvil Ransomware Criminals Look To Maximize Q3 Profits With Kaseya Attack

The REvil gang attack Kaseya, an IT management platform, and that got them access to 800—1,500 more businesses without any additional effort setting …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
What Makes Ransomware Successful and Why It Won't Ever Really Stop

Ransomware is absolutely everywhere. What is going on? Why is ransomware so effective? Is there anything we can do about it?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
These Real Apps On Google Play Are Harvesting Facebook Logins

Criminals are using real apps they’ve made and a push to remove ads to harvest Facebook credentials in order to gain more personal information …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Windows Is Having a PrinterNightmare and Can’t Wake Up

PrinterNightmare is a high severity vulnerability that affects all versions of Windows and is being actively exploited…on a long weekend 😬

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Will Windows 11 Helps Advance PC Security?

Microsoft Windows 11 will require a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) on all PCs. Will this long-needed requirement help or hinder?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Hackers Delete Home Backups Remotely (WD My Book Live Flaw)

Some WD My Book Live users had a shock this week as hackers remotely wiped their data. What can they do about it?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Should Apple Allow 'Sideloading' Apps on My iPhone?

Apple is under fire on a number of fronts. The biggest issue this week is several bills introduced in the US. A key issue? The ability to …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
TFiR: Does The Cloud Hold The Key To Security Nirvana?

A discussion about the evolution of security in the cloud. Security is now becoming a critical piece of a developer’s pipeline, what does that …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Holy Crap! We’ve Been Doing This for Three Years!

Celebrating three years of the CISO/Security Vendore Relationship Podcast

imgs/thumbnail.webp
RSAC 2021

A purely digital RSAC 2021 kicks off looking back at a challenging year and to the challenges ahead for the security community.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Software Development Security Challenges

In software, developers often don’t have a choice. Speed becomes a business imperative for survival and to stay competitive.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Mark Nunnikhoven | CUBE Conversation May 2021

An all virtual RSAC 2021 kicked off today. What are the themes? What do we expected to see? This discussion on theCube has you covered.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Top Recommendations for Working with IAM from Our AWS Heroes – Part 4: Available Permissions and User Identity

AWS IAM has been going strong for 10 years! To celebrate the anniversay, this four part series by various AWS Heroes, highlights some key features of …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
What Do You Want To Learn?

I recently made a career move and it’s allowed me to re-double my efforts in the community. What do you want to learn about cloud and security?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Stop Apps From Tracking You in iOS 14.5...Mostly

iOS 14.5 introduces App Tracking Transparency or ATT. Here’s what it means to you.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Debunking 30 Enduring Myths of Cloud Security

No other technology revolution has induced more fear, uncertainty, and doubt for so long than the cloud. This post explores the “why” of …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Ubiquiti Breach Is a Case Study in How NOT to Communicate After a Hack

Ubiquiti suffered a data breach and makes it worse by not communication clearly with it’s customer base.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Update Your iPhone Now...Again (iOS 14.4.2)

iOS 14.4.2 fixes a critical cybersecurity issue. Make sure to update now.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Adding Guardrails To A Cloud Account After The Fact

Setting a new cloud account well is reasonably simple, but what about accounts that are already active? Here are some tips to add guardrails after the …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Update Your iPhone Now (iOS 14.4.1)

iOS 14.4.1 fixes a couple of critical cybersecurity issues. Make sure to update now.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Security and Privacy Are Linked

Security and privacy are linked yet for some reason, you see privacy experts ignoring the impact of security and security experts who are unconcerned …

2020 > 10 posts

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Security Best Practices the AWS Well Architected Way

As you continually evolve your use of AWS products and services, it’s important to consider ways to improve your security posture and take advantage …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Passwords Suck

Passwords are the worst. Trying to pick a “secure” one makes the whole thing worse. Every site and service has it’s own variation on …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Is Apple Tracking The Apps You Use?

Apple recently launched macOS Big Sur and a security researcher’s post vent viral highlighting a steady stream of communications that …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Advertising to & Tracking iOS 14 Users

Ad-tech, digital marketing, and the surveillance economy are worth billions and billions of dollars. It all hinges on the ability to target ads and …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Do App Stores Help Your Privacy & Security?

Epic Games is current waging war on Apple and Google over the right to distribute apps to mobile users. There’s been a ton of excellent coverage …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Legacy Authentication Risks

The Canada Revenue Agency suffered a large breach exposing over 5,000 citizens to COVID-19 benefit fraud. This issue exposes some of the challenges of …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
One Month After the Twitter Hack

On July 15th, 2020, Twitter was hit with the most visible hack of a social network of all time. 130 of the top accounts tweeted out a bitcoin scam. A …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Is TikTok a Threat?

The President has promised to ban TikTok in the United States for national security reasons. Is that the case? Are there real security & privacy …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Zoom Us and Practical Cybersecurity

Video conferencing platform Zoom has been in the news almost constantly over the past few weeks. At first it was hailed as a tool to help reduce this …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Risk Decisions in an Imperfect World

Security is often spoken of in absolutes. Is this secure? Is that insecure? The reality is that security is a spectrum. It is a series of implicit and …

2019 > 19 posts

imgs/thumbnail.webp
When Cyber Attacks

Technology is omnipresent in our lives. From the time you wake up and check the weather to the time your head hits the pillow, you will have spent at …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
E-transfer Security

CBC’s Go Public pointed out the rising rates of e-transfer fraud and consumers are shocking. The expectation was that e-transfers were safe and …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Patching in Context

Letting customers know about a security vulnerability is never an easy thing. From the logistics of it to the reputation management issues. But this …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
AppSec Is Dead

Is application security (AppSec) dead? Did it every really work? Let’s discuss…

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Zoom.us & The Real Cybersecurity Problem

Zoom.us had a pretty egregious security issue this week. Their response was poor despite the best efforts for responsible disclosure by the security …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
NBA Free Agency vs Security Policies

Cybercriminals don’t always use complicated technical attacks to get around your cybersecurity. Sometimes—probably more often than we care to …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Huawei, Android, and Cybersecurity

Huawei was recently put on the US Entity List from the US Department of Commerce. That essentially means that it needs a license to receive technology …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
James Harden & Cybersecurity Policy

The NBA playoffs are in full swing and there’s a huge rules controversy around one superstar’s—James Harden—jump shot. Is it a foul? …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity & Technical Debt

A recent report from the Canadian Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services (CCTS) saw a dramatic increase in complaints with billing …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Exposing Secrets In Code

A recent study by NCSU found that there are way more API keys and tokens uploaded to GitHub than previously thought. In fact, there’s almost a …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Stadia & Secure Access Design

Google recently announced a new, all-in-the-cloud gaming service called Stadia. For gaming fans, there’s a lot of potential that—fingers …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cloud Costs & Security

A recent survey from RightScale showed a lot of confusion around cloud computing costs. The common take away? Organizations are surprised at how high …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
The Cybersecurity Industry

I you were just starting to try and understand the cybersecurity problem space, a CEO or CIO working to better grasp the challenges facing your …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Warrant Canaries

We rely on some digital services for critical functions around security and privacy. Trusting those services is paramount to their success and ours. …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
DNS Hijacking

There has been a significant increase in DNS hijacking attacks over the past couple of months…and why not? It’s a simple, direct way for …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Canadian Election Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is a major topic when it comes to modern elections. With Canada probably going to the polls in the fall, discussion is heating up about …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Research Consequences

Security research can be a tricky thing. Depending on where you are and what jurisdiction you fall under, the research you conduct may be illegal. …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
GDPR Intentions

GDPR has been in effect for a few months and we’re starting to see the first major rulings. Google was just hit with a 50m Euro fine for not …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Zero vs. Lean Trust

Network security is struggling to keep up with the reality of how organizations are build and connect today. From hybrid network (on-premises and in …

2018 > 70 posts

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Security Metrics 🗑🔥

Security metrics are hard. But that doesn’t mean you should ignore them. In fact, a lot of teams are measuring the WRONG things which leads them …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Politics & Attack Attribution

Cyberattack attribution is HARD. But time and time again, we’re seeing attributions—who carried out the attack—made publicly with little to no …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Building On Trust

Trust is a tricky thing. Dotto Tech posed a number of great questions about trust in business and online that got me thinking. Do you trust the …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
The War Room

During a large incident response, bringing everyone together to a “war room” can be the difference in a speedy recovery, but there are …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Google+ & Infrastructure Monitoring

Google recently conducted a complete security & privacy review of various APIs associated with Google+. The result? The service is shutting down …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Evidence, Accusations, and Motivation

With the Bloomberg report on hardware hacking looking more in doubt, more and more politics are coming into play. Anytime you evaluate news, …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Bloomberg, Supermicro, and Hardware Supply Chain Attacks

Bloomberg has an absolutely earth shattering report citing a hardware supply chain attack that—they say—impacted several big names. Here’s why …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Are We Setup to Fail?

Criminals are winning the battle against security practitioners. Need proof? Look no further than the new headlines in any given week.

Billions of …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (#NCSAM). Look for tons of great content online as the community comes together—globally, not just …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Security Is A Quality Issue

Security is a quality issue. Except we don’t treat it that way and that’s costing us dearly.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
The Basic Basics

With the initial set of cybersecurity basics segments done, I’m think it’s worth moving to a “basics” basics series. The goal …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #12 - Bolt-on vs Built-in

Built-in security is always best. That’s “security by design” but when that fails (due to mistakes, oversight, humans), built-in …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #11a - Risk Assessments Redux

In your personal life you’re assessing risk constantly whether you know it or not. In the digital world the same thing happens BUT you probably …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #11 - Risk Assessments & Pen Tests

Risk assessments are useful when kept in context and continually updated. A penetration test (or pen test) is when your system undergoes a …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #10 - Personally Identifiable Information

Personally identifiable information (PII) and Personal Health Information (PHI) are critical concepts. They help identify information that needs …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #9 - Attack Attribution

Who did it? It’s a powerful question and the answer to “What is attack attribution?”

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #8 - Authentication, Authorization, & Need To Know

Authentication and authorization are two critical concepts that are intertwined. Understanding the difference and their purpose is key to …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #7 - Hackers & Cybercriminals

Hackers and cybercriminals are all “malicious actors”. While you may not know who is attacking a system, having a better understanding of …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #6 - Malware

Malicious software (malware) is an umbrella term that covers a number of different types of software designed to do bad things…but those …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #5 - Encryption

Encryption: what is it? why does it work?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #4 - Perspective

Perspective is a tricky thing….maybe the hardest aspect of cybersecurity

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #3 - Passwords

What is a password? Why do we use them? Why are they so frustrating? …some answers

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #2 - Vulnerabilities, Exploits, and Threats

Continuing the “basics” series, here’s an easy way to understand the terms: vulnerability, exploit, threat, and risk

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity Basics #1 - The Goal

The basics starts with understanding the goal of security. It sounds simple but the goal is to make sure whatever you build works as you …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
The Basics

A friend highlighted a real issue: there isn’t enough material about basic cybersecurity that’s easily relatable.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Operational Security

Connecting with others is critical but it can also pose a risk. It’s important not to “leak” information needlessly. This is a …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Toxicity & Security's Responsibility

Security is there to ensure that the systems you build work only as intended. Part of that is realizing the potential for abuse and ensuring that the …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
HR Challenges & Getting Your First Security Role

Getting your first cybersecurity role can be difficult. Is part of the problem how organizations are hiring talent?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Security Keys, UX, & Reasonable Choices

Passwords are a horrible way to verifying identities but they are the best thing we currently have that works at scale. Adding a 2nd factor to that …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Constant Negative Pressure

You cannot stand at “Red Alert” 24/7 but that’s exactly what we do in cybersecurity…often without realizing it. What impact …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Getting Started In Security: Post Certification

A common step when you’re trying to get started in a career in cybersecurity is getting a basic certification. What comes after?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Document, Automate, Repeat

If you’re working by hand, you’re failing. In today’s world of security, rapid delivery, and new technologies, automation is …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cybersecurity: Getting Past HR

Getting your first job in cybersecurity can be super frustrating. How can we work through traditional HR processes to get started?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Working Together To Improve Security

There’s only upside to collaborating more deeply with other teams in the org. So why doesn’t the security get out there and do it?!?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Security Thinking Is Service Design Thinking

We’ve spoken a lot of maintaining and expanding perspective when it comes to cybersecurity. In this episode, we dive in highlight a methodology …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Don't Trust The Network

We trust the networks we connect to everyday but should we?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Tanacon, Security, and Lack of a Threat Model

Tanacon 1.0 was an unmitigated disaster. Not only is this a reminder that physical security is critical but it’s an example of a failure to …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Culture Change Is Hard

We (the IT community) don’t push for cultural change because it requires persistent and dedicated long term work. That runs counter to the usual …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Ethics In Technology And Cybersecurity

How new technologies are used and built is really up to us. Regardless of your moral compass, it’s important that you discuss the creation & …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Getting Started In Cybersecurity & Perspective

Getting started in cybersecurity can be hard. Sticking to core principles is critical as technology will change. But one of the hardest aspects to …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cryptocurrency & High Value Targets

Cryptocurrency is a digital asset. As such, it’s a major target for cybercriminals. We’ve seen attack after attack in the past few months …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Security in Devops

The DevOps movement is the single biggest opportunity security teams have had in a long time. The goal of DevOps is speed and innovation. That goal …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Why Can't Security Place Nice With Others?

Is it just attitude that keeps security teams from working well with the rest of the organization? And if so, can that attitude be changed? …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
What's In A Name?

We know that cybersecurity isn’t the best name to describe what is ostensibly, “information security” but it’s the name …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Information Security vs. Cybersecurity

At some point in the past few years, the term “information security” took a back seat to “cybersecurity”. Does it matter? Why?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
University for Cybersecurity

I am often asked what a good undergraduate program is to take if someone is aiming for a career in cybersecurity. There are plenty of fantastic …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
OpSec, Soft Skills, And People

Most of the focus around cybersecurity education is on the technical aspects. Is that the right approach?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Data Management & GDPR

GDPR comes into effect tomorrow and one of it’s biggest advantages is how it will force companies to actually manage their data…well at …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
🇪🇺 GDPR Day!

GDPR is now of the law of the land in the EU. Did everything change overnight?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Encryption Law Enforcement And Transparency

Apparently the FBI misrepresented the number of devices they can’t access due to encryption by up to a factor of 6x. This is most likely due to …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
3, 2, 1, GDPR

GDPR comes into effect on Friday, 25-May. What does it mean globally? Um…we’re not really sure.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Listening To Customers

Listening to customers is built into the DNA of a lot of organizations…why aren’t security teams doing the same?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Ethics In Technology & Security

Deep thoughts in this episode around ethics in technology and their use. Sparked by the latest issues around mobile phone tracking, this episode …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Making A Break To Start Your Cybersecurity Career

How can you create a break for yourself to get started on a cybersecurity career path? A few thoughts…

imgs/thumbnail.webp
What You Need To Get Started In Cybersecurity

Getting started in cybersecurity isn’t as hard as you think. There’s no “ONE” path but there are a few key attributes …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
AI's Security & Privacy Impact

There have been a lot of advancements in AI research and use lately, but are we moving in the right direction? Are we having the right conversations …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Getting Started In Cybersecurity In A Positive Direction

In this episode, I speak to the challenges around today’s cybersecurity and what that means for those just starting down the cybersecurity path.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
F**king Passwords

Passwords are the worst. Just the worst.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Password Health

Passwords are the best of a mountain of bad solutions. Picking a strong password lies at the intersection of math (yay!) and …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Poor Naming Choice For Gmail Redesign

Gmail just launched a nice, new redesigned UI. It’s slick and has some great new features. One feature, “Confidential Mode”, is …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
The Security Team's Role In Your Org

Can new technology solve everything? We in the security community need to spend more time investing in people and process.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Blocking IP Addresses

Is IP blocking still effective? Is it a sledge hammer when you really need a scalpel?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Fear Uncertainty And Doubt

Cybersecurity is often positioned from the negative. There are bad things coming to get you! What a waste of energy…

imgs/thumbnail.webp
iOS Graykey And Going Dark

Encryption on mobile devices is a challenge for law enforcement. 3rd party companies often use hacks in their products to address this need. Is it …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Privacy And Security vs. Usability

It’s often stated that you have to trade usability for security. I call 💩

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Rizenfall And Needless Hype

CPU Vulnerabilities Seem Like A Massive Problem. Are they deserving of the hype?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Secure Systems Thinking

One of the biggest challenges in cybersecurity today is the tendency to secure components instead of the larger system. It’s understandable but …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Apple iOS 11 Security

SXSW, Canadian budget, Apple, and more

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Passwords, Educatiing Users, and the Communal Good

Security awareness is next to useless. Educate users instead

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Risk Assessments & The Risk Of No Data

Good data drives good decisions. This is a major problem in cybersecurity where the data simply isn’t available or accurate.

2017 > 1 posts

imgs/thumbnail.webp
3 Simple Steps to Disrupt Ransomware

Ransomware is the scourge of the digital world. Cybercriminals are making money hand over fist. What can you do to protect yourself?

2015 > 1 posts

imgs/thumbnail.webp
What is Steganography?

When you hide a message inside of another message, it’s called steganography. While you might not have known it’s name, this technique has a long and …

2014 > 15 posts

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Cloud Security: Shared Responsibility in Action

Great content from @marknca

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Another Day, Another Data Breach

Why do all incident response communications from customers feel the same? Why do they all miss the mark? How hard is it to do better?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
What You Need to Know About Shellshock, aka the 'Bash Bug'

Shellshock is a surprising bug. Hidden for decades, what do you need to know to help your organization respond?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
D.C. Metro Cyber Security Summit

A summary of the D.C. Metro Cyber Security Summit 2014.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
A Pragmatic Approach to Scaling Security in the Cloud

Cloud computing is more than just fast self-service of virtual infrastructure. Developers and admins are looking for ways to provision and manage at …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Continuous Monitoring for Situational Awareness

If you strip away a lot of security terminology, it’s really about understanding what’s going on. If you want slap a fancy term back on, …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Heartbleed – One Week In

Great content from @marknca

imgs/thumbnail.webp
AWS Summit San Francisco 2014

As AWS opened their summit series for 2014, 5000+ people packed into the Moscone Center. There was a ton of energy in the air and I got to talk about …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Security Operations: The Big Picture

What does a modern security practice look like in the cloud? How do each of the area change?

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Updating Forensics for the Cloud

Forensics is an area that’s often lacking in corporate environments. Few people have time to truly dig into an incident after it’s been …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Updating Network Security Monitoring for the Cloud

Network security monitoring is changing dramatically in the cloud as more and more responsibilities are shifted to the Cloud Service Provider. How …

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Updating Incident Response for the Cloud

Incident response is often overlooked by everyone outside of the security team. In the cloud, automation and cooperation reign supreme.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Updating Security Operations for the Cloud

The cloud is a fantastic opportunity to improve your security posture…but only if you update how you handle operations.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Changes in the Cloud Discussion

The cloud security discussion has changed from ‘should we’ to ‘how do we’. Here are the top issues you should be tackling.

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Remember the Audience

When speaking to security issues in the media, what’s the right level of technical depth?

2011 > 1 posts

imgs/thumbnail.webp
Whaling

This post provides information that is designed to help you defend against phishing, spear phishing, and whaling attacks. Exploring the reasons for …