July 2018

I’m honored to have my threat modeling book on this short list with Daniel Kahneman, Tony Hsieh, Nicole Forsgren, and Tom DeMarco: “Summer Reading List: Top Recommendations from our Engineers.”

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That’s the subject of a thought-provoking Washington Post article, “In about 20 years, half the population will live in eight states,” and 70% of Americans will live in 15 states. “Meaning 30 percent will choose 70 senators. And the 30% will be older, whiter, more rural, more male than the 70 percent.” Of course, as…

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Today, a global coalition led by civil society and technology experts sent a letter asking the government of Australia to abandon plans to introduce legislation that would undermine strong encryption. The letter calls on government officials to become proponents of digital security and work collaboratively to help law enforcement adapt to the digital era. In…

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Emergynt has created the Emergynt Risk Deck, a set of 51 cards, representing actors, vulnerabilities, targets, consequences and risks. It’s more a discussion tool than a game, but I have a weakness for the word “emergent,” and I’ve added it to my list of security games Also, Lancaster University has created an Agile Security Game.

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[Update: clarified a sentence about whose privacy is touched, and where.] I had missed the story “Big Brother on wheels: Why your car company may know more about you than your spouse.” There are surprising details, including that you might be able to shut it off, and the phrase “If a customer declines, we do…

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