Securing XP in healthcare networks?

By |October 9th, 2015|KSE, TUX GUI|

Why would you? Could you if you had to?   Although Microsoft discontinued support for XP back in April 2014, Windows XP systems are still being used by the millions around the world. It's a particular concern due to some apparent security laggards in health care, government, and even in the defence vertical. (Perhaps places

For some hacker rejection, try math bijection

By |October 3rd, 2015|Insider threat, KSE|

Choose the matrix. No, not that matrix. Last post was a high level discussion of what algebraic models contribute to infosec. The most important thing gained is mathematical verification of technology solutions, often framed around statements about levels of assurance. I can assure you that a lot of what is being used in infosec now is