CyberSecOlogy Blog

The Needed Contributions and Needless Death of Alan Turing: A look at the life and death of Alan and the tragedy of suicide in the gay community

This week a claim was made that the sixty-five year old Turing test was finally passed. If this proves true, it will be one of the greatest computing milestones of the decade. While the achievement is being debated this is a good time to revisit the author of the test and his remarkable life and tragic death.

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Apple’s New (and Unannounced!) Move Towards Improved Privacy

This week Apple made an historic move towards improved privacy for users of its mobile devices. The problem is that few know they did it and even fewer understand what it is they did.

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Incident Response Plans for our Careers?

in Info Sec are we too quick to label someone as damaged goods once their organization has been breached? While we put plans in place to respond to reputational damage to our organizations do we also need plans for our own reputations? In this post-Google world should we think of ourselves more as brands than a workforce pool?

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