There’s been a bit of a social media uproar recently about the data collection practices of people search service FamilyTreeNow. However, it’s certainly not the first, only, (or last) service to provide potentially uncomfortable private information about people on the… Read More ›
Threat intelligence is currently the trendy thing in information security, and as with many new security trends, frequently misunderstood and misused. I want to take the time to discuss some common misunderstandings about what threat intelligence is and isn’t, where it can be beneficial, and where it’s wasting your (and your analysts’) time and money.
You reused a cute username (or email address). Aliases and usernames have become a big part of our personal online presence, and we often feel tied to them when we register for new sites and services. This can be a… Read More ›