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Tag Archives: DDoS

Is Risk Avoidance the Key?

– My answer to this question is a resounding “yes.” But I don’t think that is the general view of cybersecurity professionals. After all, if business, government and other organizations pursued such a course, what would remain for cybersecurity folks to do? If you avoid the risk, then you…

Security Metrics, Recency Bias and Availability Heuristics

– I “recently” came across an article by Tom Chatfield with the title “The Trouble with Big Data? It’s Called The ‘Recency Bias,’” which is available at http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20160605-the-trouble-with-big-data-its-called-the-recency-bias The article was published on June 5,…

Oil Rigs’ Software Attacked by Malware

– In the February 23, 2013 Houston Chronicle, there is an article “Malware on oil rig computers raises security fears” by Zain Shauk, which describes how malware has infiltrated safety-critical software managing the activities and control systems of oil rigs. Shauk’s article is available at…