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Opinion

Most Commented Content posted in January 2018
Meltdown & Spectre: Computing's 'Unsafe at Any Speed' Problem
Commentary  |  1/25/2018  | 
Ralph Nader's book shook up the automotive world over 50 years ago. It's time to take a similar look at computer security.
'Back to Basics' Might Be Your Best Security Weapon
Commentary  |  1/10/2018  | 
A company's ability to successfully reduce risk starts with building a solid security foundation.
Meltdown, Spectre Patches, Performance & My Neighbor's Sports Car
Commentary  |  1/23/2018  | 
When a flaw in the engine of a data center server makes it run more like a Yugo than a Porsche, it's the lawyers who will benefit.
CISOs' Cyber War: How Did We Get Here?
Commentary  |  1/9/2018  | 
We're fighting the good fight -- but, ultimately, losing the war.
The Nightmare Before Christmas: Security Flaws Inside our Computers
Commentary  |  1/5/2018  | 
How an Intel design decision with no review by industry security consultants led to one of the biggest vulnerabilities in recent history.
The Internet of (Secure) Things Checklist
Commentary  |  1/4/2018  | 
Insecure devices put your company at jeopardy. Use this checklist to stay safer.
Vulnerability Management: The Most Important Security Issue the CISO Doesn't Own
Commentary  |  1/8/2018  | 
Information security and IT need to team up to make patch management more efficient and effective. Here's how and why.
'Shift Left': Codifying Intuition into Secure DevOps
Commentary  |  1/10/2018  | 
Shifting left is more than a catchy phrase. It's a mindset that emphasizes the need to think about security in all phases of the software development life cycle.
AI in Cybersecurity: Where We Stand & Where We Need to Go
Commentary  |  1/11/2018  | 
How security practitioners can incorporate expert knowledge into machine learning algorithms that reveal security insights, safeguard data, and keep attackers out.
Understanding Supply Chain Cyber Attacks
Commentary  |  1/19/2018  | 
While the attack surface has increased exponentially because of the cloud and everything-as-a-service providers, there are still ways in which host companies can harden supply chain security.
Security Automation: Time to Start Thinking More Strategically
Commentary  |  1/24/2018  | 
To benefit from automation, we need to review incident response processes to find the areas where security analysts can engage in more critical thought and problem-solving.
Privacy: The Dark Side of the Internet of Things
Commentary  |  1/11/2018  | 
Before letting an IoT device into your business or home, consider what data is being collected and where it is going.
5 Questions to Ask about Machine Learning
Commentary  |  1/31/2018  | 
Marketing hyperbole often exceeds reality. Here are questions you should ask before buying.
The Argument for Risk-Based Security
Commentary  |  1/2/2018  | 
A scanner can identify a vulnerability, but only a deep understanding of cyber exposure will tell you about the seriousness of that risk. Here's how and why.
In Mobile, It's Back to the Future
Commentary  |  1/3/2018  | 
The mobile industry keeps pushing forward while overlooking some security concerns of the past.
A Pragmatic Approach to Fixing Cybersecurity: 5 Steps
Commentary  |  1/3/2018  | 
The digital infrastructure that supports our economy, protects our national security, and empowers our society must be made more secure, more trusted, and more reliable. Here's how.
What Can We Learn from Counterterrorism and National Security Efforts?
Commentary  |  1/12/2018  | 
The best practices and technologies that originated in the intelligence realm can help businesses stay safer, too.
Why Facebook Security Questions Are no Substitute for MFA
Partner Perspectives  |  1/11/2018  | 
If identity is established based on one thing you know and one thing you have, the latter should not also be a thing you know because in the sharing economy, we share everything.


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