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Once More Unto the Data (Breach), Dear Friends


As I reflect on this year, a Shakespearean quote plays out in my mind – when King Henry the Fifth is rallying his troops to attack a breach, or gap, in the wall of a city, “Once more unto the breach, dear friends”...

For of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: 'We weren't logging'


It doesn't rhyme and it's not what Whittier said but it's true. If you don't log it when it happens, the evidence is gone forever. I know personally of many times where the decision was made not to enable logging and was later regretted when something happened that could have been explained, attributed or proven had the logs been there.

True Cost of Data Breaches


The Cisco 2017 Annual Cybersecurity Report provides insights based on threat intelligence gathered by Cisco's security experts, combined with input from nearly 3,000 Chief Security Officers (CSOs), and other security operations leaders from businesses in 13 countries.

The Perimeter is Dead: Long-live the Perimeter


In 2005, the Department of Homeland Security commissioned Livermore National Labs to produce a kind of pre-emptive post-mortem report.