Al Berg's Paranoid Prose
The recent discovery of ‘back door’ code and hard coded passwords in Juniper routers has come at a useful time. We don’t know where the…
You might be surprised by how valuable your personal information is to cyber-criminals. This article from Dark Reading contains a menu of stolen credentials along…
An interesting post from http://www.social-engineer.org asks whether an attacker with a visible handicap (real or simulated) has an advantage in getting your users to give…
I have emerged from my heavily fortified undisclosed location in order to attend CSO Magazine’s CSO Perspectives event in Santa Clara this week. CSO Magazine…
Think before you post that angry tweet… a Chicago woman decided to post her displeasure with the alleged mold situation in her apartment to her…
This is the personal blog of Al Berg. By day, I am the Chief Information Security Officer of Tassat, helping secure our next generation, blockchain based B2B payments infrastructure.
When I am not securing something or other, I am a sometimes EMT with the Weehawken Volunteer First Aid Squad and maintain the Weehawken Time Machine, which is a website full of Weehawken history.
Everything I post to this blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and other public fora are my opinion and do not represent the position of my employer or anyone else. If something here annoys you, it it strictly my fault.
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