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James Blake

James Blake

Group Chief Security Officer for a leading cloud services vendor in the email risk management and compliance space. MMO/RPG geek and Harley-Davidson rider.
ISO 27001 risk assessment: Assets, threats and vulnerabilities | 27001Academy
Ninja’s OpenVAS Reporting | /dev/random
Darkhotel APT Group Targeting Top Executives in Long-Term Campaign: via @threatpost
SOC Mistake #8: You Don’t Speak the Language of Business, You Speak the Language of Security
Glass Video from Nov 1, 2014 -
Glass Video from Nov 1, 2014
NSA Backdoor Part 2, BULLDOZER: And, Learn How to DIY a NSA Hardware Implant via @infosecedu
The Media’s Guide to Information Security FUD & Fiction
Legal Divide Between Security Research and Cybercrime Remains Murky:
“Stop The Pain” Thinking vs the Use Case Thinking
If he'd said "Observer effect" I'd have got it in one....Consider the Hawthorne Effect for Big Data
86% of hackers don't worry about the repercussions: <- deterrence, what deterrence?
New GPO Admin Templates Released Now Include IE ActiveX Blocking Management via @WindowsITPro
The Rise and Fall of Enterprise Security
Why hackers won't be able to hijack your next flight - nice hype, no reality via @theregister
Windows Security Authenticated Users: How to start taking internal security more seriously
Social Engineering a telemarketer - PMSL:
SANS offering free Cybersecurity training through it's Cyberaces program @SANSInstitute -
Ethics of Active Counter Measures via @RSAsecurity
The “Patch and Pray” Approach to Cybersecurity - or way Vulnerability-led security is a race to the end of the budget
Detect & Respond, some good points
The Real Cost of Control System Cyber Security – And it isn’t Cheap
Dozens of Vulnerabilities in Firmware Shows Lack of Proper Security Practices
Dan Geer: Cybersecurity as Realpolitik
Navigating the Future With Web Data - organising the Web for analysis not search: via @RecordedFuture
Poor Communication Leads to Defeat on the Network Security Battlefield :
Why Your Enterprise Most Likely Doesn't Have a Zero-Day Problem
Using Sysinternals System Monitor (Sysmon) in a Malware Analysis Lab | SANS Institute
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