Risk Management with Stuart King and Duncan Hart

February 2008

  • One Step Closer to Internet Single Sign-On

    Stuart King - Reed Elsevier 09 Feb 2008
  • "Using your favourite websites and services could soon mean memorising far fewer passwords" according to this BBC News article. Microsoft first got involved with OpenID a little over a year ago. In ...

  • Think Tank on Social Networking

    Stuart King - Reed Elsevier 06 Feb 2008
  • I had a little chuckle to myself when I read the quote from the BCS in the Computer Weekly Security Think Tank on Social Networking. As a result of the strong human desire to connect, social ...

  • Availability and Security

    Stuart King - Reed Elsevier 05 Feb 2008
  • There's been some heated debate on various other blogs about whether or not availability is a valid part of a security program. This is all in response to an article for ITPro which makes the ...

  • Technical controls versus people and process

    Stuart King - Reed Elsevier 04 Feb 2008
  • Do you think that technical controls, or process and people management controls are most effective in preventing security incidents? It's easy to look at recent data loss events and make up your ...

  • PCI scanning

    Stuart King - Reed Elsevier 03 Feb 2008
  • This cartoon strip tells you all you need to know about how effective PCI security scanning really is... Originally posted by Mark Curphey.

  • Blindside Blog

    Stuart King - Reed Elsevier 03 Feb 2008
  • I came across the Blindside blog linked from GetSafeOnline it's sponsored by the UK Cabinet Office and contains some interesting posts. Read it here: http://www.blindside.org.uk/

  • Metrics - not quite there yet

    Stuart King - Reed Elsevier 03 Feb 2008
  • A couple of blogs ago, I discussed security metrics and described the information on my dashboard. One important point that I failed to make is that, given all the metrics, how vulnerable do we ...