Exemplifying problems of security products and outsourcing security through the latest OneLogin hack.
A critical overview of the layout and relations of Sun Tzu’s The Art of War, including the relation between cyber-security as a whole and cyber-threat intelligence (CTI) in particular.
Part 7 of Rethinking CTI
Focused on creating a stable and sustainable state, all classical Chinese thinkers considered the question of security as a key component, and came to a similar conclusion: security requires a pursuit of self-perfection on the individual, as well as an organizational, level.
Part 6 of Rethinking CTI
Having established a core foundation for classical Chinese ideas, this article introduces the three military terms that encompass CTI, CS, and their ideal use.
Part 5 of Rethinking CTI
Building off of the Classical Chinese Context, this section introduces 5 classical terms and connects them to actionable CS and CTI ideas.
Part 4 of Rethinking CTI
As a worldview radically different from the West, Chinese thought must be approached carefully – or we run the risk of improperly understanding and applying its ideas. We begin with core language ideas, on which all later concepts will build.