Having recently dropped my third song with my band Host Unknown, "Lost all the Money", there have been many people asking what the secret to success is and how I manage the team. Fortunately, on this shoot, we were accompanied by a young aspiring film-maker by the name of Charlie Langford who captured what goes … Continue reading A peek behind the curtain
After a several year hiatus, many creative differences, multiple instances of rage-quitting, and several occasions of ghosting so good that Patrick Swayze would have been proud - the group I founded, Host Unknown, has released it's much-awaited third song. We've covered security certifications, and we've tackled risk management. But this time, we've locked on to … Continue reading Lost All The Money
At first I thought it was an exaggeration. A story that had got out of hand. But after spending over 72 hours travelling with Erich Kron, I do believe he is cursed to travel with. Despite everything being booked in advance, Erich spent an awful lot of time on the phone sorting out issues that … Continue reading The Curse of Erich
via IFTTT Another busy and enjoyable day at the AT&T business summit in Dallas. Today was spent mainly in sessions, and I ended up spending an hour in an 'ask the expert' session as well as getting interviewed by Shira Rubinoff. Yay, go me! Tomorrow is the last day, and I have a very important … Continue reading AT&T Business Summit day 2
via IFTTT I'm in Dallas, and there's not Ewing in sight. Luckily, what is here, is a great business summit. Here are some of the highlights from day 1 where I spent most of the time drooling over the booths.
I got the dates wrong in the video, should have said 21st Aug to 5th Sept. But, this is me looking at the whole incident as a customer, not as a security professional. I received the email notification from British Airways informing me of the breach and the fact that customers payment and personal information … Continue reading British Airways breached
This video was prompted by discussions with someone that was adamant that they would never, never, everrrrr put their logs in the cloud. I enquired as to why they weren't open to the option, and their response was that they don't believe that sensitive information like logs should be in the cloud. Now that's all … Continue reading Security in the cloud