Archive | January, 2017

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iOS 10.2 Force-enables iCloud Drive [updated]

Cloud services can be great – helpful, convenient, and easy to use. They also can be unreliable, insecure, and a risk to privacy. Consumer cloud environments, like Google, Yahoo, and Apple have no SLA, no contractual remedy for a breach, and are rarely compliant with corporate security policies. I, like many security professionals, avoid using […]

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The Problem of Attribution

Let me describe a situation, and see if you can guess what I’m referring to: A high-profile hack occurred, including data disclosure, and has been attributed to a foreign government. The original source for that attribution was a leak to the press, followed by statements from the executive branch. Later, the intelligence community released a […]

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