Category: awareness

Security awareness materials you can use – “Why we fall for cons”

One of my favorite parts of my job as a CSO is building security awareness amongst my colleagues. I really believe that the time put…

Continue Reading

Is Business Email Compromise a “cyber attack?”

Just what constitutes a cyber attack? That’s the question facing a court in a case brought against insurer AIG. One of the firm’s clients was…

Continue Reading

typos can lead you to malware

Be careful when typing those URLs!  TypoSquatters register domains which are very similar to those of popular sites and use them to serve up malware…

Continue Reading

People are still your best defense

OK, I already tweeted this story with a snarky comment about spelling, but there is an interesting lesson to be learned from this incident.  It…

Continue Reading

video: how to pick a proper password

When your co workers or family members ask what to do about passwords, have them watch this brief, easy to understand and information packed video…

Continue Reading

OpenAuth/OpenID flaw – ok, now what?

It seems like the latest big security story is a newly discovered flaw in the OAuth and OpenID protocols which allow users to authenticate to third…

Continue Reading

Keep your users informed with SANS’ OUCH! newsletter

  SANS recently published the latest edition of their “OUCH!” security newsletter for end users – this month’s topic is Yes – You Actually ARE…

Continue Reading