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Singular Security

– As infosec professionals continue to struggle mightily trying keep up with the security and privacy vulnerabilities introduced by new technologies and IT environments, such as Web 2.0, Web 3.0 and Cloud Computing, there is a new game in town … singularity. As I will describe, singularity…

Availability and Response Time Affect Security

– Availability is one of the information security domains isn’t it? If it truly is, then it’s something that we tend to ignore, leaving those worries to the operations and business continuity folk. Well, I’m of the school that considers system availability and integrity to be under…

Data Loss (or Leak) Prevention (DLP) – Damming the Estuary

– For some time I have been seeking a metaphor for the well-nigh impossible task of protecting all the sensitive information in which organizations have been awash. And then I was invited to be on a panel at a recent “CSO Executive Seminar Series on Data Loss Prevention” event and so I…