Get Started in the Security Industry

  Get started in the Security Industry, What are my first steps? If you are reading this, you are doing the right type of security digging. You are looking for ways to get started in the security industry. You have a desire to dive deep in the security world. Welcome to the world of chaos, Read More

Flagging Mail Messages in the new iPadOS

Flagging Mail Messages in the new iPadOS turned into one of those “WTF” moments in my first iPadOS experience. Yes, sometimes the process of improvement can create unexpected frustrations. Here, Apple could have done a better job letting people know of a change that required “habits” to shift in order to gain new functionality.   Read More

Breakthrough IOT Security to Secure Smart Cities

The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) announced their latest IOT Security tool. Automated IoT Defence Ecosystem (AIDE) is a platform built for IOT vendors and researchers. IOT is powerful capability that will be developed by innovators all over the world. The 25 billion by 2021 is a drastic underestimate. The IOT security threat is also underestimated. Read More

What Stops a Nation-State BGP Hijack?

Can Nation-State BGP Hijack Parts of the Internet? Yes, a Nation-State BGP Hijack is a threat on the Internet. Nation-States can orchestrate the manipulation of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) via “hacked routers all over the world. These routers would then be used to inject bad, misconfigured, or non-authorized routes all over the world. The result Read More

A Deep Dive on the Recent Widespread DNS…

Read Brian’s article then look for Akamai’s Blog ‘PROTECTING YOUR DOMAIN NAMES: TAKING THE FIRST STEPS’ for understandable actions to protect your domain. @briankrebs #DNS #cybersecurity A Deep Dive on the Recent Widespread DNS… The details around the recent widespread DNS hijacking attacks have remained shrouded in secrecy. Find out more: Akamai Dynamic Signal Read More

Security Collaboration – How do you Start?

We see weekly post, pontifications, announces, and proclamations about the need for greater security collaboration. Many times, the organizations and groups who are posting these “aspirations” fail to take the collaboration to the next step. They are not sure how to break into productive security collaboration. In the security community, “productive security collaboration” is built Read More

5G Latency – Reality Checks

The industry is flooded with a lot of “5G will save the planet” without doing the homework to understand what is going on. It is shocking to see disinformation statements that “5G is expected to slash data transmission delays from about 30 milliseconds to less than one.” Yes! 5G defines the law of physics! 5G Read More

What can Enterprises do to protect against BGP Hijacks?

Yes, you can minimize the risk to BGP Hijacks. All enterprises around the world need to have a conversation around BGP Hijacks. We see security news around malware, phishing ransomware, DOS attacks, breaches, and range of other attacks. What we do not see is conversations around BGP Hijacks. A BGP Hijack can happen on one Read More

7 Critical Security Conversations

The wave of supply chain security conversations that was sparked by the Bloomberg articles has people talking (see The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip to Infiltrate U.S. Companies and related articles). The increased interest in supply chain security is important. It is feasible for threat-actors sneak in a backdoor, exploitable code, or Read More

Master Class in Internet Networking …. Free

Nick Feamster Provides Operators, Engineers, and Students with the Tools to Understand How the Internet is Glued Together Who is Nick Feamster? Dr. Nick Feamster is known in the Internet Operations community as one of our primary source of great talent, research that pushes the Industry forward, a deep-dive investigation into security issues on the Read More