Daniel Lewkovitz has been known to resort to some fairly unorthodox measures to demonstrate security flaws. "One CIO was so sure I wouldn't get past his firewall he just about promised to eat his hat," Lewkovitz said. "I donned a suit and walked in through the front doors, in fact some of his staff even held the doors open for me, unplugged the box and asked what kind of sauce he wanted with his hat as I placed it on his desk."
Pull together a team. As long as upper management is serious about security, the first step of incident response planning--pulling together an incident response team--costs next to nothing. "Many companies envision this fully dedicated, highly paid SWAT team doing nothing, waiting for an emergency," Ehrenreich says. "It's really not that way. It's almost like a volunteer fire department, where people have other duties, but when there's an emergency people respond to it."
l33tdawg: Does this ACTUALLY mean that people are going to start helping us out by buying some banner ads on HITB?! I'm certainly not holding my breath for this one to happen...
The advertising world may not be as cash rich as it once was, but last year the online sector was the fastest growing of any ad media in the UK.
While the overall ad market was down 3.4 per cent on 2000, online managed a respectable 28 per cent growth.
Our mates over at Techfocus have put up a pretty interesting interview with former Senator Bob Packwood in which they ask him everything from intellectual property issues to information warfare -- good stuff.