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Monthly Archives: December 2007

If I was a hacker…err cracker…

Posted: December 31, 2007 – 11:27 am | Author: | Filed under: Humor, Security Management

I would be very busy the week of Christmas, while IT security staff is probably operating at 20% normal strength. Not only is it the weakness in numbers, but also the holiday mood.  How many of you are actually working full days? IDS logs – thats probably the last thing on your mind now that […]

Carnegie Mellon Findings Second PhishMe Concept

Posted: December 18, 2007 – 9:08 am | Author: | Filed under: Phishing

Carnegie Mellon researchers presented a paper at the Anti-Phishing Work Group’s E-Crime Researchers Summit in October 2007. The results of the study indicated the following: Users learned more effectively when the training materials were presented after they fell for a phishing attack (embedded training), rather than when the training materials were simply emailed Users also […] Featured in eWeek

Posted: December 15, 2007 – 1:54 pm | Author: | Filed under: Articles, Phishing

Those close to us know that we’ve been working on a self-service portal designed to help organizations run mock phishing exercises aimed at raising employee awareness. Shortly after the recent news about Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Los Alamos being targeted by spear phishing was published, I was interviewed by eWeek. Read the full article […]


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