An old proverb tells us, “You know nothing until another knows you know it.” Sometimes, though, you don’t want that someone to know sensitive details - just the “fact of.” For example, take April 1942. In two months’, Operation Overlord would invade Germany’s “Fortress Europe.” The Allies’ deception operation, Fortitude South - following a strategy from Sun Tzu’s The Art of War - wanted to prove to Germany that an invasion . . .
TABLE OF CONTENTS
United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- Cybercriminals Don’t Need to Steal Mass Amounts of Personal Data Anymore and That’s a Big Challenge for Cybersecurity Teams
- Automated Pentesting – Can it Replace Humans?
- The Next Generation of Pentesting
- Learning to Speak DevSecOps: Aligning Pentesting to Development Workflows
- Reinventing Web Application Security
- The Quantum Security Risk to your Organization
- Top 5 Characteristics of Successful Insider Risk Management Programs
- What You Don’t Know About Ransomware Can be a Risk