The DigiNotar Breach: Another Exposure of Negligence

In case you have not heard, another SSL Certificate provider, Dutch certificate authority DigiNotar, a subsidiary of Vasco Data Security, was breached recently and from the preliminary report coming from the company that did an audit, it looks pretty bad. Some of the names in the list of bogus certificates generated by the attackers include […]

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Why We Should Thank, Not Demonize LulzSec, Anon

So the 50-day cruise is over and the guys at LulzSec are going back underground. That should worry some of us because if they did not want us to know what they were doing, I don’t think any sane person would argue that they could not have done so. While the media has been abuzz […]

The Distribute IT Fiasco: Risk Management Done Wrong

“It is not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change” – Charles Darwin. In today’s business world, where organizations face ever-escalating customer demands and expectations and little room for downtime, logic dictates that businesses today are seriously revamping their business continuity and risk management plans, or […]