Tag Archives: security

The Geek Shall Inherit the Earth

No, seriously, we will.  If there is any doubt, I’m here with a set of PowerPoint slides a customer actually dared me to create to show them I could make a useful analogy about anything under my purview.  So they … Continue reading

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Scientists crack RSA SecurID 800 tokens, or not

Caveat: I am not a cryptology guy and I stopped running a security consulting practice years ago, so feel free to correct my oversimplified illustrations in the comments.  Accuracy is important. This breathless article from Ars Technica declares in large … Continue reading

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Nice Study, but Where’s the Rest?

Forbes covered the release of Symantec’s Smartphone Honey Stick Project.  It was a nicely put together study that promised to tell us much about the risks associated with losing your phone.  I read through it looking for the implications, particularly … Continue reading

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