According to the FBI, a security researcher may have hacked into commercial airplane flight systems from poorly-designed and poorly protected inflight entertainment systems (IFEs). If even the high-flying airline industry can’t protect its critical systems, what does that say… Continue reading
At the RSA pre-conference Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Summit both Philippe Courtot (CEO, Qualys) and Marc Goodman (Author, “Future Crimes”) highlighted the need for a paradigm shift in how enterprises and societies address cloud security.
Courtot finds… Continue reading
“One of the discussions that never happen in relationship to the numerous successful hacks is: What was the security architecture? Security architecture – or any architecture for that matter – is the foundation upon which we should secure and protect… Continue reading
Last week I wrote that encryption probably wouldn’t have prevented the Anthem breach. The details of that attack haven’t been released, but I found some CSO Online’s analysis that pieces together how it may have… Continue reading
As the investigation continues into yesterday’s announcement of the #AnthemHack, Security Architects Partners will be monitoring to see what it portends for early breach notification. By disclosing early, Anthem broke the typical mold of companies waiting to complete a full… Continue reading
The alleged attack on the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline has it all: geopolitical and ethnic conflict, potential nation state or terrorist involvement, environmental and economic disaster potential. Is is said to be comparable in destructive effect to Shamoon… Continue reading