While many people and organizations have been praised for their philanthropic work and poverty alleviation, the open source movement does not get the credit it deserves. I would argue that no other work comes even close to what the open … Continue reading
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Historically Security Operations Centers (SOC) have been a combination of people, processes, and technology designed to protect information systems, detect and respond to incidents to minimize damage. Many times SOC were built to meet fundamental needs for log collection and … Continue reading
With digital economy taking a foothold, the CISO’s work is just getting more complex as new technologies are adopted by businesses, strict privacy laws are enacted globally, and attack surface is expanding by each day. Networks are no longer confined to data centers or corporate offices, and older ideas of managing security operations are obsolete. Continue reading
Posted in InfoSec, SOC
Tagged API, automation, cloud, containers, DFIR, forensic, IoT, Open Source, serverless, SOC, SOC conference
Although traditional methods of communications like RESTful APIs can be used for IOT communications, MQTT and CoAP are the two major IoT protocols for exchanging messages in IoT networks. This is a quick overview of both of these protocols.
Initiatives for Digital Transformation are at front and center of every major corporation to keep their business competitive and relevant. Many technology research organizations are publishing papers about different aspects of digital transformation, which is categorized as a new industrial … Continue reading
Please note that this is an older post An updated MindMap available here. It took some time to update the CISO MindMap but finally it is here. Thanks to all who provided suggestions for this update. A very rapid change … Continue reading
Embedding security into architecture and design of major IoT projects is the best way to catch problems earlier, avoid costly patchwork, lower the risk of data breaches, and to meet compliance needs. However, research shows that most of the times … Continue reading
IoT is not only about connecting machines; the technology can do countless other amazing things. Recently I had the privilege of working with few non-profit organizations promoting education. The solution involved Raspberry Pi, which is used in many IoT application, to … Continue reading
Manufacturers have been building products (or things) for a very long time. A major shift is in the competitive landscape is about making these products or things “smart”. Now, people not only need a light bulb, but they want a … Continue reading
Posted in IoT
Tagged IoT, strategy
IoT is all about connecting devices and machines to the Internet who can talk to each other, collect and share data, analyze the data, and bring business value out of data analytics. A fair argument is that we have been … Continue reading