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Monthly Archives: September 2018

Security Truths

Being in infosec for so long takes its toll. I've come to the conclusion that if you give a data point to a company, they will eventually sell it, leak it, lose it or get hacked and relieved of it. There really don't seem to be any exceptions, and it gets depressing. — briankrebs (@briankrebs) […]

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Thoughts on policy

A particular blocklist, once again, listed a major ESP this week. Their justification is “this is our policy.” Which is true, it is their policy to list under these circumstances. That doesn’t make it a good policy, or even an effective policy. It’s simply a policy. Crafting policies Crafting good policy starts with the question […]

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Complaints, contacts and consequences

Yesterday the CRM system Zoho suffered an unexpected outage when their registrar, TierraNet suspended their domain. According to TechCrunch, Zoho’s CEO says there was no notification to the company and that the company had only 3 complaints about phishing. Based on the article, even as a Zoho customer, I am fully on the registrar’s side here. Every […]

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Hitting the ground running

We’ve landed in Dublin and are back at work. Blogging will pick up as I get back into the swing of things. I’ll be speaking on a panel at the Selligent user conference in Amsterdam tomorrow and in London on Thursday. If you’re a Selligent customer, introduce yourself and say hi! Speaking of being on […]

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