By beginning of October 2017 I started Security Predictions experimental web site. It has been built to harness the ‘wisdom of crowds’. I experiment how we can use crowd-sourced security intelligence to predict future events. Feel free to contribute with your … Continued
This is “Dragan on Security” blog. It has been moved from http://conwex.info/blog/ to this domain. It is not too active at present time as it was earlier, but stay tuned.
There are three possible approaches to information security: reactive, proactive, and predictive. Reactive Information Security – Post incident detection, analysis, notification, containment, eradication, and remediation. Proactive Information Security – Avoiding or opposing threats against computers and networks through understanding the … Continued
During period April – October 2011, I have gone through trainings, passed the exams and obtained new certificates: Certified ISMS Lead Auditor – ISO / IEC 27001 Information Security Management System PCI ISA (Payment Card Industry Internal Security Assessor), PCI … Continued
Two colleagues and I presented paper titled “Security Risk Management for Critical Infrastructures” at itAIS 2011 Conference, “Information Systems: a crossroads for organization, management, accounting and engineering”, held in Rome, Italy, October 7 – 8, 2011. Abstract: This paper presents … Continued
Welcome to new age of my blog “Dragan on Security”. After more than seven years of blogging on previous platform (since August 28, 2005), I decided to move and to switch to new look and structure of blog. I have … Continued
Interesting interview: Safe, But Also Sorry: Security expert Bruce Schneier talks about privacy and property in the information state – Reason Magazine. Citation: Reason: In Schneier on Security, you emphasize that technology isn’t the only (or even the most important … Continued
Edgios is a large-scale distributed search ‘cloud’ that offers higher-quality search results. Users participate in the cloud by downloading the Edgios personal search software, and connecting that software to the net.
Financial crisis is going to overflow from financial sector to real sector. It can result in slowdown and less spending for technology, higher unemployment rate etc. Results also can be in growth in the use of open source, cloud computing … Continued
WordPress 2.5 has been released. From a security perspective, the new WordPress release 2.5 promises many improvements: secure cookie management, salted passwords, password strength meter and prepared SQL querying functions etc. It also supports Automatic Upgrade feature and WordPress Automatic … Continued