security tuesday bulletin: july 5, 2011
July 5, 2011 Leave a comment
- What happens when a gmail account gets hacked?
- An article about OSX and the ‘myth’ of its security. The issue is not which OS is more secure; it is which OS are you willing to take your chances with? (warning: a bit technical)
- This is a good article for risk management and how security ties in with the business world.
- Not to say we ought to be paranoid, but you really can’t take anything for granted. Not even mice.
- Vulnerabilities do not just exist in software – they exist in hardware, too. Another reminder that security is not as abstract as we might think.
- How should you think about security tangibly?
- The ever-helpful Schneier weighs in on what we might think are human “vulnerabilities”:
- And one more link about LulzSec, before we’re done for good. The Top 10 best and worst things about the LulzSec Attacks: