Blog Posts Tagged with "SecDev"


Ticking Time-Bombs: Production Data in Non-Production Systems

August 03, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los

While it's not really OK to have a vulnerable application sitting out on the 'net, at least if it's in "stage" mode it shouldn't have real data... right? Unfortunately this wasn't the case in many of the incidents I experienced. It's time to remind ourselves that anything that is accessible should be well protected...

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China’s Cyber Strategy – Too Much or Too Little?

January 10, 2012 Added by:Joel Harding

That the Chinese government seems to be systematically penetrating corporate and government system in order to steal corporate and government secrets is not really the issue. This appears to be an accepted fact, and the issue is how to address the problem...

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Western Companies in Collusion with Chinese Oppression

September 21, 2011 Added by:Headlines

"Entering into the Chinese market as a search engine or social media provider is an ethical mine field. In the hands of authorities determined to police their subjects, search engines and social media platforms such as Facebook can become a potent tool of online repression..."

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