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Tag Archives: “tragedy of the commons”

Heartbleed Lessons – FST and Lab Certification

– There has been much written following the “discovery” of the Heartbleed bug that plagues OpenSSL … some informative, some constructive, some neither. Perhaps the most useful article to date is one published on April 18, 2014, which was written by Nicole Perlroth of The New York Times…

Mandiant Discovers the Tragedy of the Commons

– Mandiant has deservedly achieved a high level of credibility as one of the top cyberattack forensics companies, as described in the February 11 – February 18, 2013 issue of Bloomberg BusinessWeek in the article “Hacked? Who Ya Gonna Call? They are the go-to company when it comes to determining…

The Economics of Safety and Security

– One of the most horrifying comments through the entire Japanese mega-catastrophe was that by CNBC anchor Larry Kudlow, as reported in a March 20, 2011 New York Times article by Jeff Sommer with the title: “A Crisis That Markets Can’t Grasp – As Japan’s Disaster Evolves, Wall Street Keeps…