A short summary of why the new LDR553 course is built the way it is.
A short pointer to an interesting web site that tracks Domain Name litigation.
This is where we’ll drop some public breach statements as we find them to serve as a reference to others looking to draft something similar: UBER Taken from (checked 1st Dec 2022): https://www.uber.com/newsroom/security-update/ September 15, 6:25pm PT We are currently responding to a cybersecurity incident. We are in touch with law enforcement and will postContinue reading “Examples of Public statements”
I’m super pleased to announce that I finally finished a brand new 2-day MGT553 Cyber Incident Management course with SANS. In this course we’ll look at all aspects of the Management side of an Incident. If you’ve ever worked in IR you will know the massive benefit of having people above you getting you theContinue reading “Why I made this site”
Sending Passphrases Sometimes you need to share passphrases and files – it’s hard at the best of times and in an incident it can be really difficult. These two are really easy to use and together you can send a passphrase and then a file encrypted with that received passphrase. The beauty of the https://onetimesecret.com/Continue reading “Sending Passphrases and Files”