Tag Archives: coronavirus

Security Risks during Recovery and Repair

– With “all hands-on deck” battling the coronavirus pandemic, it is difficult to turn one’s attention to recovery and reconstruction of the many organizations that have had to be reduced or closed down Yet now is the time to be planning and preparing for recovery and rebuilding, as some…

Truth, Trust and Cybersecurity Risk

– It is a sad reflection on the times, but it is becoming increasingly difficult to distinguish among true and false “facts,” accurate and misleading interpretations, and personal and politically-expedient beliefs. In my November 11, 2019 BlogInfoSec column “Are Cybersecurity Intelligence and…

Cybercriminals’ Motivations during Catastrophic Times

– Brittany Haynes wrote an article about “How Criminals Are Benefitting From the COVID-19 Crisis” on March 19, 2020, which is available at…

Cybersecurity Risk Management … Beyond the “Golden Period”

– Where do we stand with the management of cybersecurity risk? Answer … Not in a good place. This position was further augmented upon reading an article in the January 23, 2020 Washington Post by Anna Fifield with the title “Wuhan quarantine expands as Chinese fear authorities withholding…