Aug 18, 2016
Quick note from Michael about the Straight Talk
Framework & Program -- >
your free copy at https://securitycatalyst.com/straight-talk-framework/
- Launched a new program last week… boy, did I
learn a lot.
- Mostly, it’s my failure to explain. I’m going
to chronicle some of the lessons over the next few days and share
you’ve already downloaded the questions - I’d love to chat with you
about your experience…
you find yourself in a situation like this, let’s chat. 25 minutes
on the phone and we’ll both benefit
Monday, August 22nd, chance to get on board early and benefit
yourself; i’ve got a lot to share this week and into the future.
We’re at the start of something big!
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- We didn’t have a problem, but we went ahead with the solution.
Looking back on it, imagine some straight talk on this fiasco?
- Yes, I realize some of you like
the elegance of chip + pin; do you like the UX? Because it sucks.
And if you lament the mag stripe, does that mean you stopped using
a terrestrial radio, too?
- Our need as leaders - in the
enterprise and across the industry - is to focus limited energy and
assets on the areas that create the most value
Apple will reward hackers with "bug bounty" to find
- The more we press on it, the
more that we understand bug bounties and the like are just
externally sourced (on spec) testing.
- If you caught our last
interview, we continued to explore the distinctions between
research and testing; and rest assured, we’ll continue.
When it comes to bug bounties,
then, how does Apple do relative to structuring the deal of testing
their software and devices?
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No One Wants