My latest article is up on Geekwire: How hacked is hacked? Here’s a ‘hack scale’ to better understand the SolarWinds cyberattacks.
In my latest Geekwire article “How the SolarWinds hackers are targeting cloud services in unprecedented cyberattack, I continue looking at the SolarWinds event, this time digging into the SAML token angle that’s not been covered very well. Others have either ignored it entirely or touched on it in a light, technically unclear/inaccurate way all leading to confusion and a lack of appreciation for how serious this angle is.
For my latest article on Geekwire, I dig into Amazon’s plans for their new Sidewalk offering looking at how they’ve chosen to deploy it using “forced opt-in”, how that mirrors and differs from Comcast’s deployment of Xfinitywifi, and what it means moving forward.
I’m proud to say that I’ve got a new article up on Geekwire.com: With ‘Pluton’ chip, Microsoft shows strength, and proves Trustworthy Computing still matters.
This goes deeper into the story to explain why this announcement is more significant than it may seem and what it tells us about today’s Microsoft and the continuities you can still find with the Gates-era Microsoft.
My latest posting over at Geekwire is my analysis and commentary on why Hillary Clinton using a “homebrew” email server is a major security problem.