Leron Zinatullin asked me if i’m interested in sharing my thoughts on information security trends and culture; naturally i was happy to oblige. You can find the posting over at Leron’s site along with a lot of other noteworthy material.
Earlier this month I’ve participated a panel discussion at the first SC Congress in London. Brian Brackenborough, Frank Florentine and myself opened the Congress with a discussion on “Inside, outside, upside-down: Staying ahead of the threat, wherever it comes from”. I think it was a worthwhile discussion and i definitively took some great points made by […]
The relationship between security incidents and effect on the affected organisation/equity is a topic that continues to inspire discussions. There are numerous academic papers available (e.g. by Kannan,Rees and Sridhar (2007), Yayla and Hu (2011), Cavusoglu,Mishra and Raghunathan (2004), Campbell et al. (2003), Gatzlaff and McCullough (2010), Garg,Curtis and Halper (2003), Rees and Kannan (2007), Andoh-Baidoo,Amoako-Gyampah […]
Many of you will be aware of the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) platform Coursera and the great content they offer. Among many other interesting online courses they occasionally run courses relevant to Information Security and while not all of them are worthwhile i’d like to highlight one in particular. The ‘Designing and Executing Information […]
Earlier this month the IOSCO Research Department and World Federation of Exchanges released a rather interesting working paper on the potentially systemic risk of cyber crime in securities markets. The full paper is available at http://www.iosco.org/research/pdf/swp/Cyber-Crime-Securities-Markets-and-Systemic-Risk.pdf The report explores the evolving nature of cyber-crime in securities markets and the threat it poses to the fair and […]