Category: useful stuff

more (and better) social media guidance from the nlrb

A while back, I wrote about how US organizations writing social media policies need to beware of the National Labor Relations Board’s requirements that these…

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sec breach reporting requirements for publicly traded companies

If you are an information professional at a publicly traded company, I would strongly suggest reading a recent blog post by Richard Bejtlich about the…

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doing the shmoo

Greetings from Washington, DC – the home of corrupt politicians, sleazy lobbyists, democracy destroying SuperPACs and Moby Dick House of Kebab.  I’m here to attend…

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this hash can give your servers indigestion

When Microsoft comes out with an out of cycle security advisory (and during a holiday week, no less), you know something big is up.  This…

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noted – the russian internet becomes more opaque

Interesting post from security and cyberwarfare blog Digital Dao on how changes in Russian law will make it more difficult for foreign firms and investigators…

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americans are more gullible in the morning…

…at least according to this interesting blog post from OpenDNS’ Allison Rhodes.   It makes sense to me… in the AM, we are all going…

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secure your computer the nsa way

The National Security Agency isn’t all about listening in on other people’s conversations or being the object of insanely paranoid fantasies.  The NSA also has…

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ceo, cfo, pants on fire?

A recently published research paper entitled “Detecting Deceptive Discussions in Conference Calls” provides an interesting look at lies and the liars who tell them (in…

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truecrypt – disk encryption for everyone

  It is amazing how much (sensitive) information we can now carry around every day.  I have 8 gigs of all sorts of interesting stuff…

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enterprise risk management seminar in nyc 7/14

Interested in Enterprise Rights Management?  In the New York City metro area?  Free on July 14th?   New York Metro InfraGard is putting on an ERM…

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