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Silent Circle targets enterprise users with 'world first' privacy ecosystem

A fresh funding round will help the company cope with increased demand for encrypted communications in the enterprise.

Zero Day Weekly: Superfish attacks, FBI GameoverZeus bounty, Komodia in Lavasoft

A collection of notable security news items for the week ending February 27, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.

Uber admits database breach putting driver data at risk

Uber said it is notifying impacted drivers now, but it hasn't seen the compromised data actually misused yet.

Spider-Man's Gwen Stacy Returns in Super Gwen

Another comic book resurrection, this time in the alternate Marvel universe Comics Super Gwen Spider-Man Gwen Stacy

Leonard Nimoy R.I.P.

The legendary actor was 83 Trending Leonard Nimoy Star Trek President Obama

I'm Looking For A CEO with Enterprise Sales Experience

As part of our latest funding round (pre-Series A), I need to find a CEO to run our new Herndon, VA office and build a sales and marketing team. The ideal candidate has both startup and enterprise experience with U.S. companies, or European companies who have a large number of U.S. Show More Summary

What ever happened to professional courtesy?

This is a bit of a rant and has nothing to do with Information Security so if you want to move on I’ll understand. I’ve noticed lately that professional courtesy has taken a nose dive. Some examples from both work and outside of work. At work I deal with colleagues from all over the world. […]

Opps, Did I do that?

OK, so there will not be a final version of this post. Yesterday I finished editing it and went to post it and apparently WordPress are it. It is gone. Not in drafts. Not in trash. Nowhere. Oh well, I guess it wasn’t meant to be.   For those of you who saw the post […]

A little planning can go a long way

Back in the spring when Google announced that they were shutting down Reader I was forced to start looking for a replacement. Over the years I’ve tried several different readers but never found any that seemed to fit my likes quiet like Google Reader did. So I looked at those I’d tried in the past […]

It’s the little things that count

I was sitting in a Starbucks the other morning having coffee and catching up on some reading. There was lots of background noise so I was trying to focus on my reading when I heard the lady at the table next to me say “… it’s a precursor to selling drugs”. For some reason my […]

Does it hurt to be nice?

Update: This week has been full of incidents where I’ve done, said, or thought something only to find out that someone else has been on that exact same path. I read the Friday Summary from the guys over at Securosis and they referenced this article from Seth Godin on the same basic topic. It’s well […]

Is the Lenovo/Superfish Debacle a Call to Arms for Hacktivists?

Proposed exemptions to the DMCA could free white hats to make networked devices more secure

How do Values impact your team?

We all have values that impact every area of life. Some of us a better at segmenting them one from another than others are. Although I’m not so sure that if you can segment it that it is a “real” value. Our values stem from different things such as our environment, religion, friends, family, and […]

Leadership Links Episode 1

OK, It’s mid February 2014 and my blogging frequency has suffered greatly for the last 2 or 3 years. I’m not even sure if anyone still reads this but I really want to get back into a regular posting. One of the primary reasons that I’ve not posted much is because of time. By the […]

Leadership Links Episode 2

I’ve been struggling lately with personal productivity. Specifically with ensuring that the things that I’m doing are productive and the right things. As with most of us I have way too much in life. There are things that I want to do and things that I need to do. It’s  not always easy to distinguish […]

Mobile Toys

Spoiler Alert: This has nothing to do with security or leadership and everything to do with my erratic ramblings. It’s funny how life, time, and desire can change you. Back in 2007 I got my first “Smart Phone”. It was a Samsung Black Jack. I got it because I wanted a phone that was close […]

Leading from where you are

All of us are leaders. Some of us have positions where we lead others “officially”. I mean that we have direct reports or we have been named as the “leader” of a team or project. Some of us don’t have the “official” designation but that doesn’t mean that we aren’t leaders and that we can’t […]

Threats Report From McAfee Labs Highlights Mobile Apps Vulnerabilities

The latest threats report from McAfee Labs, published today, includes a sobering discussion about ongoing vulnerabilities in mobile apps; details about a powerful, easy-to-use, and now very popular exploit kit; and an overview of the challenging world of potentially unwanted programs (PUPs). Show More Summary

Wonder Woman Movie to Shoot in the Fall

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NSA Director accused of lying to Congress at Black Hat USA 2013 keynote

During his packed Black Hat USA keynote NSA Director Keith Alexander assured the crowd that the NSA's surveillance programs are lawful interception; attendees did not hesitate to shout "Bullshit."

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