Thursday, August 27, 2015

TechCrunch: Psychology of Insecurity [feedly]

TechCrunch: Psychology of Insecurity
// A Collection of Bromides on Infrastructure

Today, TechCrunch has published "The Psychology of Insecurity" by Bromium CTO Simon Crosby. You can read the whole article here:

The recent Ashley Madison hack isn't the only high-profile one to make headlines this summer. The personal and private information of more than 21.5 million current and former federal employees and over a million unique fingerprint scans were leaked in an attack on the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) that is believed to be the work of the Chinese. Government officials said longtime security lapses left the OPM vulnerable to hackers. As a result of the OPM hack, Director Katherine Archuleta has been forced to resign.

Why do we keep reading about a litany of breaches? Don't cyber pros understand they are looking after our most sensitive personal data? Yes they do, but to understand their actions demands a more detailed examination of the psychology of security from the perspective of the security professional.


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