Resilient Leadership In A Pandemic

Here’s what you need to know about making critical choices in the days ahead not to survive this adversity but to succeed in spite of it.

SecTor 2019 Redux

Read the complete post written by cybersecurity writer Kim Crawley here: https://threatvector.cylance.com/en_us/home/security-in-depth-your-guide-to-sector-2019.html

The Elephant in the Room

“We’re all grieving the reality that we’re vulnerable to cybercrime.”​ But we can do something about it. Here are some quick pro tips.

What’s a ‘botnet’ anyway?

Robot networks or ‘botnets’ have quickly grown in popularity among criminals. Here’s why and what you can do about it.

Fight Malware: Use DNAT Rules

Another #InvisibleOpSec – how to improve efficiency, security, and privacy with little or no cost and minimal effort.

Why the GDPR is a Good Idea After All

It’s easy to forget the Internet was built to share information across a global network, not keep it private. Sharing has become an essential part of life and that’s not going to change any time soon. Whenever we have something to share, in any format, there are a multitude of ways, tools, and modes to do that. Even stuff there was no intention of ever sharing somehow ends up out there. So, there’s pros and cons to all of this sharing.

Facebook Hack: Steps to Move Forward

Most people have no idea whether they have or haven’t used their Facebook account to log into other sites and services across the Web. Here’s some practical steps to find out and mitigate the risks.

California’s New Privacy Rules

Resilience is about protecting our interests, like privacy, and being prepared to act when unplanned events compromises them. California is leading the way in the US where protecting our privacy is concerned. What states will follow?

PANEL: Social Engineering

I recently had the honor and pleasure of sitting on a panel beside some of the most expert talent in the industry to discuss another polarizing topic: Social Engineering.

The Underrated Power
of Lists.

In meetings, I doodle + draw. It helps me listen + remember things, connect pictures to notions, memories to actions. It helps me quickly process things that are said into actionable tactics + strategies. These often turn into lists. As I get older, I do this more and more, which means I’m starting to get…

Keep this brochure!

No one likes to think about crisis preparedness. That’s why so many people are not prepared when a crisis occurs. Nudging people to be prepared is no small feat. It requires equal parts emotional consideration, comprehensive intention + just enough assertive urgency in order to be successful. It’s a rare thing when it’s even a…

Farmers Fight for Our Right to Hack

It’s fair to say that many of us, especially in the States, don’t know or much care about where our food comes from. That’s unfortunate enough but what even less people may be aware of is how cool farming cultures are. Farmers survive by quickly learning how to do many things when they need to…