Is there a Gold Standard for Data-at-Rest Encryption?
So you had a breach – was your data encrypted? NO? Let the media shaming and lawsuits begin. So it has gone with recent breaches, and many organizations are responding with new encryption projects. Summary of discussion: Encrypt… Continue reading
FEDs 30-Day Sprint is Just the First Step off the Blocks
In the wake of the OPM hack, Federal CIO Tony Scott launched a government-wide cybersecurity Sprint on June 12, giving agencies 30 days to shore up their systems.
The audience for the sprint announcement was clearly the media.… Continue reading
Attending DHS Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO) Workshop
Tomorrow (June 9), I’m attending the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO) Workshop. Federally-encouraged “ISAOs”are intended to augment or replace the existing “ISACs”. ISACs are “centers” organized by industry sectors (e.g. finance, research… Continue reading
Regaining the Defensive Advantage in Cybersecurity
Disease may be the best metaphor for our cybersecurity status, and Security Architects Partners has recorded a webinar diagnosing possible cures. With some special guests, we covered core prevention mechanisms, smart deception techniques to turn the tables… Continue reading