When it comes to security risks for networks, hardly anyone will think of a printer as an existential threat to an organization. However, multiple cases proving that printers, and other IOT devices can act as Trojan horses have surfaced over the last couple of years. There are probably multiple reasons why this is happening, and … Continue reading Printers should be segregated from the rest of the network
One of the most problematic issues that is going to strike us in the near future is the cross infection of systems. Currently there are no sane arguments to support insisting on a totally isolated the violin from the cloud storage provider, but the future in cyber security is always very exciting, and surprises us … Continue reading The data you store in the cloud must be segregated from that of other clients
It regularly makes you wonder how many organizations have their servers and other critical infrastructure in rooms marked clearly as the server and communication room.
It’s amazing how many projects there are where money doesn’t play a role; as long as it doesn’t involve user experience, or a user interface that makes sense to users. Recently I was on a project in the financial sector which focused on digital change. We had very fruitful discussions in terms of what to … Continue reading Ux/UI confirmation screens with color differentiation
Often times applications have reached end-of-life, or are no longer supported by the vendor. In this case organizations tend to weed out or replace such applications simply due to this fact. I was confronted with this organization while performing a due diligence for an investment company. The course after of the organization in question was … Continue reading Application security is not necessarily necessary