The Jedi Mind Trick: Originally from the movie "Star Wars." In it, Jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi displays how the Force can have an influence over people. It’s generally used when one causes another to perform a totally uncharacteristic action – like someone trying to protect the network when they really want to protect their applications.Read more »
From analysis of the new WiFi WPA2 vulnerability, to targeting the real threats facing the financial markets and a new pentest report courtesy of @HydeNS33k, here's what I’m reading this week:Read more »
Another can't-miss ONUG Conference is upon us!
"Old security models like firewalls, IPS, etc. simply don’t work in today’s cloud-based software-defined world. A new flexible security model is needed that wraps security policy around workloads independent upon how that workload is hosted, be it bare-metal, hypervisor, container, server less, or its placement, be it on or off prem. ONUG is excited about the work Illumio and other members of the Software-Defined Security Services Working Group are pioneering to move past the traditional network, chokepoint security solutions created in a static era of computing.”
— Nick Lippis, ONUG Co-founder and ChairmanRead more »
From new insights on why the US called 'no hack backs' after the 2012 DDoS attacks against banks to new security proposals by central banks, and a look (way back) at lessons from the world's first cyberattack, here's what I’m reading this week:Read more »