We just came out of our coma and realized we haven’t updated all of you who couldn’t make it on what happened at DEF CON 23. So, we pulled ourselves up from the floor and started writing.
In the midst of all the recent articles about information breaches, a trend is emerging. We seem to be hearing more lately that prevention of breaches, while not to be ignored, should not be the sole focus of digital or physical security programs. More news articles, tweets from the infosec community, and even commercial products Continue Reading >
Yes, the kittens are cute and who wouldn’t want to see another photo of the latest celebrity embarrassing themselves? But can we all just agree that as cool as the latest trending video is on Facebook, it’s probably not worth getting infected over? We’re sure you’ve heard about the malware infecting 110,000 Facebook users. Yes, Continue Reading >
Sometimes in the tech field, we can get so caught up in “what’s new” that we lose sight of the importance of “what’s practical.” The coolest new digital hacks are interesting but when it comes to information security, longevity and popularity of attacks relevant to your industry are what awareness campaigns are built on. The Continue Reading >
People like to be appreciated and know they are good at what they do. This goes for social engineering pentesters, too. We are contracted to think like the bad guys but are actually the good guys. This means we don’t post the details of a cool hack we found to get through a specific organization’s Continue Reading >