Why use algebra in infosec? It adds up.

By |September 29th, 2015|Insider threat, KSE|

You can call me Al, edition   Have I mentioned that KSE is an innovation in security engineering and design? It doesn't work the same way as other things you've used before. For the newly curious, KSE is a COTS security sub-system that is easily loaded on to computer operating systems, augmenting their internal controls

Infosec: where’s the beef?

By |September 23rd, 2015|Insider threat, KSE|

Wendy's Restaurants ran a  brilliant marketing campaign<watch video> back in the 1980's, that really boosted their popularity and market share. It was personified by the slogan "Where's the beef?"  Like little Clara Peller who starred in those ads, infosec needs to take a look "under the bun" and insist for the inclusion of something a little meatier. In

KSE OneCommand

By |September 15th, 2015|Insider threat, KSE|

Try OneCommand to simplify security   Last post was about KSE default-deny and whitelisting capabilities and how they make managing security easier. This post also looks into the KSE toolbox to present another way that KSE reduces complexity and simplifies security, without any sacrifice in security posture or system functionality. In fact the opposite is

Frame it positively 3. “What about Bob?” edition

By |September 7th, 2015|Insider threat, KSE|

 KSE default-deny and whitelisting: built in by design   The purpose of part 2 was simply to inform that default-deny and enumerating goodness were alive and well and supported at the OS level by KSE technology. There is no longer a need to perpetuate, and suffer the negative outcomes that result from dumbness. Perhaps keep in mind

Infosec: Frame it positively! Part 2

By |September 6th, 2015|Insider threat, KSE|

Be positive security model edition   Ten years ago, Marcus Ranum  made us think about the two most major dumbs, 'Default-Permit' and 'Enumerating Badness' in his paper "The Six Dumbest Ideas in Computer Security". He said that enumerating badness dumb was really also default-permit but that it was in a special class of its own. In

Work in progress!

By |September 4th, 2015|KSE, TUX GUI|

Introducing TUX GUI Our site is currently still partially completed. Sorry if it's taking a little longer than we hoped, but we're making a change in direction, and taking care a few other things, all at once. The main reason for this, is we're finishing up work on something that Trustifier has wanted to