While the drama about Edward Snowden continues, it’s interesting to see the effects. Clearly, this is an inflection point in the perception of security, especially insider risks. Every CEO’s worst nightmare came true, and national security led the way. Whether you consider Snowden a hero or traitor isn’t the point – the point is how easy [...]
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by Jack Santos | July 2, 2013 | 4 Comments
by Jack Santos | May 20, 2013 | Comments Off
It used to be a good idea. Ask something that was immediately obvious and only knowable by YOU or a very few people – and make it the last line of defense for a password reset or some other high-security function. Mother’s maiden name. City you were married in. Make and model of your car. [...]
by Jack Santos | August 5, 2011 | Comments Off
Just for the record, here’s my picture: I have been told more than a few times that I am good looking, and people always stop me for autographs. Sorry, I am married. (BTW, only one of these statements is true) So now that I am past introductions, I am hoping this blog post throws off [...]