I’m going to take a possibly unpopular stance here. Forget everything you know about 21st-century offence culture. In cyber-security, it’s OK to blame the victim. Yes, the police should do more to catch cyber-criminals. Yes, the government should do more to discourage them. Yes, the world as a whole should work together to stamp this … Continue reading Blame the victim
A great deal of security writing is about preventing breaches. This seems pretty sensible at first glance – after all, isn’t that what security is? But when you think about it for a little longer, you begin to see some cracks. Let’s just remind ourselves that “cyber”-security is just part of an overall security picture. … Continue reading Is prevention better than cure?