Posts in: TheSecureOne

It’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Take the opportunity to reflect on your logins and the app storing your passwords. More Info  #thesecureone

Your boss’s boss has a boss, that has an ask !

Interesting conversations from the past in my consultancy days, summarised and adapted for context. It is a call we all have in our working lives. …

Another day and another incident. Today it is Lastpass

Signal users details exposed : Signal Incident

I have been fortunate to be invited to talks from Mathew Syed and Michal Oshman in the last couple of months. One thing they were very similar on compared to other speakers, is questioning the status quo 🗣👍🏽

A very interesting read Ukraine’s Volunteer ‘IT Army’ Is Hacking in Uncharted Territory - WIRED

Green Bubble Bullying & Encryption

I have been a bit late with my new year posts. Too much thinking and scratching down ideas, and not enough posting. Here is one to keep you laughing about encryption. Let’s make encryption illegal. Green Bubble Bullying

Update : As soon as I posted this, I realised there was some seriousness to it. UK Government looks to undermine privacy

original podcast Via The Vergecast

This is going to get interesting EU Mobile Operators Want Apple’s iCloud Private Relay Service to Be Outlawed Over Concerns of ‘Digital Sovereignty’ - MacRumors #thesecureone

Happy 2022 to all. The new year will be a busy one for those who work in security.

Change of governments, new partnerships and working from home will mean we need to ensure the basic principles remain …

Many, many services are vulnerable to this exploit. Cloud services like Steam, Apple iCloud, and apps like Minecraft have already been found to be vulnerable.

Sounds like another Equifax issue here .

An extensive list of responses from impacted organisations has been compiled here.

https://www.lunasec.io/docs/blog/log4j-zero-day/