Category Archives: mistrust

Trust and be damned

Do not trust and be damned as well. Have it either way. I am leaving Heidelberg after Troopers13 – a week packed with an intensive exposure to all the novelties of information security, casually called ‘hacking’. My takeaway is simple: … Continue reading

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People do no trust NHS watchdog

For those of you who do not live here, NHS is the nation-wide health service, paid for by taxes. Like everything here, it has its watchdog that is supposed to have a watchful eye on the quality of service. Apparently … Continue reading

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Security depends on trust

I was just about to write this piece about how security depends on trust, when this interesting piece hit my desktop. Briefly, the chief of fraud and security in one of the major banks admitted stealing from the very bank … Continue reading

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