Black Code: Inside the Battle for Cyberspace

If anyone knows what's really going on in cyberspace and which forces threaten stability and security, it's Ronald Deibert and his colleagues from the well known and reputed …

Cloud Computing: Theory and Practice

Once a buzzword, cloud computing is now a part of nearly every modern IT infrastructure. Despite a variety of privacy, security and compliance concerns, companies large and …

Introduction to Cyber-Warfare

If you're looking to learn about cyber warfare, but don't know where to start, you might prefer picking up a book instead of searching for information dispersed on the …

Network Intrusion Analysis

What happens after a network intrusion is detected? What steps do you need to take? What is the proper way to react in a specific situation? The authors say their intention …

Information Security Risk Assessment Toolkit

It is a truth universally acknowledged that in order to know what company IT assets you should protect and how, you need to first perform a risk assessment. But how do to go …

Chat securely on Facebook with Synapsid

Synapsid is an iOS app that promises an encrypted chat experience on Facebook. In addition to having secure conversations, Synapsid allows you to: view friends profiles, …

Instant Apple Configurator How-to

Apple Configurator is a tool used for the mass configuration of iOS devices. With many large organizations adapting a variety of iOS devices into their daily workflow, it's …

Bad Data Handbook

The Bad Data Handbook is a collection of experiences of 19 different data scientists and experts, who share their methods of making data work for and not against them.

Online password management with my1login

In this day and age when everything moves from client computers to the cloud, a number of companies started providing online password management services. I recently attended …

Logging and Log Management

Every security practitioner should by now be aware of the overwhelming advantages of logging and perusing logs for discovering intrusions into systems. But logging and log …