Here’s food for thought from people you should be following on Twitter.
An IP address is not a smoking gun.
— Dave Lewis (@gattaca) March 21, 2013
There’s no shame in having security flaws in your system – it’s unavoidable. The question is how you react when they’re pointed out.
— matt blaze (@mattblaze) March 20, 2013
We can’t train people to dress appropriately or spend less than they earn. Why do we think we can train them to be secure?
— Info Security Jerk (@infosecjerk) March 19, 2013
Infosec analogies are like Lamborghinis: If you have to ask about the price, you can’t afford them.
— Gal Shpantzer (@Shpantzer) March 19, 2013
OMG those ppl at RSA were right! The Chinese totally hacked our supply chain. I look around the house everything says Made in China!
— gunnar peterson (@oneraindrop) March 12, 2013
Do vendors know that their marketing emails use many of the same characteristics as spam these days? It’s not a good strategy.
— Korlo Brightwater (@TBR479) March 12, 2013
Another little tip: putting an icon of a padlock on the page isn’t *really* the same as actually using SSL yfrog.com/h26ujfp
— Troy Hunt (@troyhunt) March 9, 2013