Category Archives: TERM

Trust Enhanced Risk Management

Risky race to the bottom

In his blog Bryan Fite wrote something very interesting. Suppliers of various digital services face competition with providers of ‘free’ service and the first victim is information security. All that because the risk analysis went ballistic. It seems that information … Continue reading

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Quoting the quote

“Businesses and users are going to use technology only if they can trust it.” That’s not me. That’s Satya Nadella, Microsoft Executive Vice President. Strangely, he is almost right. Almost, because businesses are not looking at an abstract trustworthiness. They … Continue reading

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Below the ground, reading

I am in London tube. The used-to-be last-century technology marvel now mostly overcrowded and over-heated. Specifically during this summer that does not want to end. Anyway, I am reading a book. “The New Few: A Very British Oligarchy” by Ferdinand … Continue reading

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The map of Dayton

Did you ever look at permissions you grant your applications? I guess you did not. Nobody did. Still, it is worth a second of your time. I tried to install an off-line map of Dayton (Ohio) onto my Android phone. … Continue reading

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Day-Con 2013

Dayton, Ohio is again the place to be. I am here to have a presentation during the Day-Con 2013 information security conference. TERM, of course. This is going to be a quick and easy introduction to key tools of TERM, … Continue reading

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