Tag Archives: security

Republish: It’s Not Yours

I’m still at Techorama. Check out It’s Not Yours from the past. For some reason I didn’t get it on this blog, so here it is: It’s Not Yours For most of my career, I’ve felt a tie to the … Continue reading

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Project Zero for Better Security

Google started Project Zero to study zero-day vulnerabilities in systems. They want to improve security and safety, at least from a software and hardware standpoint. Its mission is to make it more difficult to find and exploit issues in software. … Continue reading

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Advanced Incident Response

Early in my career, I worked at a few smaller companies where a problem with the computer systems meant I went into the office and stayed until things were working. As I went to a few larger companies, I wasn’t … Continue reading

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Would You Want to be on the Red Team?

In the world of cybersecurity, a red team is a team of hackers that try to infiltrate a company, but at the request of the company. The idea is they look for vulnerabilities and issues and find them before criminal … Continue reading

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