Blog Posts Tagged with "FUD"


She Blinded Me With Infosec...

April 11, 2011 Added by:Infosec Island Admin

One must admit that no matter how many times an assessment is carried out and things are found/exploited there are ALWAYS more vulnerabilities being introduced. You will never get them all and the client, if they understand this, will become inured to it...

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Norton Cybercrime Index

February 17, 2011 Added by:Ben Keeley

Norton (Symantec) released a new cybercrime tool, it's pitched as a tool that 'measures and warns people about cybercrime risks around the world'. At first glance the Internet version is a very slick and smooth interface, which displays recent trends for ID theft, malware, spam and fraud...

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Dr. InfoSec's Quotes of the Week (014)

February 12, 2011 Added by:Christophe Veltsos

Who said: "If you think buying anything, whether physical or metaphysical, can completely relieve you of fear, uncertainty, and doubt, you are naïve. People don’t work that way, and we shouldn’t. Fear, uncertainty, and doubt, at reasonable levels, keep us alive, and alert..."?

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The Emotional Content of Security

February 06, 2011 Added by:Danny Lieberman

At the beginning, there was the notion of “selling security with FUD“, starting with anti-virus and peaking in the early 90s with the outbreak of RPC worms on Wall Street. It was pretty easy to sell security with FUD tactics. Then we had 9/11...

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