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Posted by Arthur Braunstein on October 27, 2017

In the last 48 hours, a hurricane of e-mails has crossed my Inbox, with breathless and self-congratulatory subject lines like "Our latest release detects Bad Rabbit" and "XYZ now protects XYZ customers from Bad Rabbit." In other words, "If you...

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Posted by Arthur Braunstein on October 19, 2017

 

Last month I discussed cybersecurity effectiveness, particularly in regards to the growing threat of fileless attacks. But effectiveness is only one piece of the equation.

First and foremost businesses still need to go about their business....

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Posted by Arthur Braunstein on October 5, 2017

 

In about two weeks, I’ll be participating in the Mid Market CIO Forum in Austin, Texas. Events such as these are vital as they bring IT professionals together in a setting that is intimate enough to get real answers to their unique set of...

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Posted by Arthur Braunstein on May 14, 2017

Last week’s news about cyberattacks was sobering. Cybercrime is rampant and notorious. “WannaCry,” “Jaff,” and “Cerber” - the names of the attacks that got the most publicity - read like names of gangsters from the days of Prohibition, with...

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Posted by Arthur Braunstein on March 29, 2017

Imagine this. You are in charge of public health and must deal with an unrelenting epidemic. You have two options for protecting the population.

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Posted by Arthur Braunstein on August 17, 2016

 

This year’s Black Hat USA conference was bigger and badder than ever, with attendance up nearly 30% according to show organizers. Of all the security conferences, Black Hat has the most clear divide between the technical practitioner side and...

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Posted by Arthur Braunstein on June 14, 2016

 

Imagine a conversation like this.

ASPIRING VIOLINIST:  Maestro, what should I do to be a violin virtuoso?

MAESTRO: You must practice 48 hours every day on the tuba. I will sell you a tuba.

ASPIRING VIOLINIST:  But there are only 24 hours in a...

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Posted by Arthur Braunstein on May 25, 2016

The ancients’ experience of modern computing was limited to say the least, but they gave us a nice framework, The Socratic Method for cyber security, that moderns can use for dealing with the problem of cyber security. The Socratic Method is a...

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