The Striking Parallels of The Firewall and Blockchain

Thirty years ago, as a U.S. Department of Defense experiment called the internet was to be soon commercialized, companies started to focus on how to protect internal systems and applications from atta...
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Breached is the New Black

The phenomenon becoming known as "breach fatigue" represents a warning against complacency with regard to the prevalence and success of data breaches.
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Sharing Isn't Caring

Comfortable Breaches to Fit Any Lifestyle Do you travel? Do you prefer to drive or fly? Do you have a favorite hotel chain? Use the same entertainment methods from day to day? How long have you had th...
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Cloud Vector – Cyber Illness, Infection, and Containment

Infectious Humour Humans have long had strong emotions about the sick, infirm, and deformed. The word monster derives from the Latin word for omen, originating from a time when sick and deformed child...
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A Deduction of Errors

Hacking by Design As early as 1994, the concept of security by design was beginning to take shape; anticipating malicious intent and incorporating designs to circumvent or altogether exclude scenarios...
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The 4 Ingredients Needed for Securing Data, First

Creating a tight security plan has in the past few years become a concerning aspect of IT for any business, whether established on the scene or just starting up. Traditional security models bring up i...
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TLS: Too Little Security

This article assumes basic knowledge of SSL, TLS, and how those support secure web browsing. For a thorough overview or just a refresher, check out this resource. Around the turn of the century, some ...
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The two most important steps to keep your data secure

Although we all recognize that keeping our data safe is important and encryption is something we've probably heard about, how many of us really understand what that means? I know I'm learning more eve...
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Why Software Remains Insecure—and Why It Really Shouldn't

In a recent blog post, Daniel Meissler theorizes that the benefits of quickly building bad software have so far outweighed the downsides. Though this sounds plausible and seductive, there is a more in...
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