Tag Archives: surveillance

Surveillance, Privacy and Trust

– In his starkly titled article, “Has Trust Become Irrelevant?” in the Sunday Review section of The New York Times of January 19, 2020, Laurence Scott lays out why, when so many are under surveillance, privacy is gone, and trust becomes meaningless. The underlying concept is that, if you have…

No Tech Hacking

– I recently had the privilege of bring a special contributor, along with a few other brilliant security folks, of Johnny Long’s latest book: No Tech Hacking. All of us in the security profession are familiar with the concepts, and have used them from time to time without realizing it. So what…