Archive | December, 2013

Your New Year’s Resolution

Here it is, the last day of 2013. It has been a rough year for me, both personally and professionally. So for the first time in a long time, I’m very much looking forward to speeding off into the new year without even glancing in the rear-view at 2013. And it is the time for […]

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For the Super Geeky Crypto Guys

Of course, if you are a super geeky crypto guy (in which I am envious because math is not my strong suit) you probably already saw this amazing paper by Daniel Genkin, Adi Shamir (the S in RSA), and Eran Tromer in which they prove a side-channel attack against RSA encryption. Since the math behind […]

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Evaluating Third Parties

One of the things that caught my eye in PWC’s most recent The Global State of Information Security® Survey 2014 report was the bits and pieces of information shared about the importance of evaluating the security of third parties. As data proliferates and is shared among more partners, suppliers, contractors, and customers, it is increasingly critical that […]

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