Why you shouldn't be afraid of nation-state hackers
There's ample evidence of hacker “B-teams” amongst even the most sophisticated nation-state groups and you shouldn't be afraid of them.
How to combat the long lives of zero-day vulnerabilities
Nyotron CTO Nir Gaist talks about how to deal with misconceptions around zero day vulnerabilities and what enterprises can do to guard against them.
Why you should be fed up with the cycle of FUD
The market telling election vendors and political campaigns it has the answers to its security problems is bogus. The truth is, these problems aren't all that novel.
Advice for the U.S. government: Stop talking and start doing
Op-Ed: The first federal CISO has three pieces of advice for the federal government when it comes to shoring up their cybersecurity practices.
2020 Vision: California sees the future, and it looks like GDPR
Op-ed: The California Consumer Privacy Act is set to go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020. So what can we expect moving forward?
Obscurity is the only security
Op-ed: There’s a common belief in the security world that obscurity shouldn’t be used as a layer of protection. Jonathan Wilkins writes that it should be universally applied.