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GlobalSign became the latest Certificate Authority to promise PKI at Internet of Things Scale.

IoT Security’s Known Unknowns | Network World

As Internet of Things devices proliferate, it’s more important to discover how many and what kind are on your network and figure out how to make them secure. Editor’s Note: this article first appeared on Network World. You can read the article here at Network World Insider. 

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How To Make Your Intelligence Program Ready for Executive Consumption

In this Industry Perspective, Thomas Hofmann of the firm Flashpoint* writes that cyber threat intelligence professionals from the government don’t just bring their skills when they migrate to the private sector – they bring their jargon, also. Communicating effectively with the C-suite, however, demands making threat intelligence ready for executive consumption.  Spread the word!119shares14969

Five years ago today we posted our first blog entry! A lot has changed...

Security Ledger Turns 5!

I’m not much of one for milestones and the record will show that I’ve rarely taken the occasion to note significant Security Ledger dates. Actually, it would be more accurate to say that I’ve never noted them. But October 2nd marks what I consider an important one: the fifth anniversary of our first blog post. On October 2, 2012, this blog went live with a post on the VOHO watering hole attacks. That makes today – October 2, 2017, Security Ledger’s 5th birthday! So much has happened in the intervening years – and much remains the same. Sadly, we haven’t beat watering hole attacks, though maybe we talk about them less than we used to. The last five years have seen this blog focus more and more on the security of our physical world and the many, intelligent devices that inhabit it.  That has proven to be a very rich seam […]