- ESETSecurity Evangelist, 2011 - present
- NCSA, InfoSec Labs, Rainbow, ePrivacy Group, STSN/iBAHN, Monetate
- KHVIII, University of Leeds, McMaster
Facebook may face FTC fines over research into users' emotions
With EPIC filing an FTC privacy complaint against Facebook, which is already the subject of a Consent Order due to a previous privacy settle
Death by Ignorance: Millions of Americans at risk from hemochromatosis, ...
Hemochromatosis is the biggest genetic killer in North America. Did you know that? Do you know what hereditary hemochromatosis is? Sadly, ig
Catch the ESET 2014 Mid-Year Threat Report broadcast
With the first half of the year almost over, it's time for the ESET 2014 Mid-Year Threat Review. Presented as a webinar, this one hour event
Targeted attack against Vietnamese government: right on the MONRE
ESET researchers recently came across a targeted attack against the Vietnamese government's Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (M
Don't let social media undermine the promise of graduation
Graduation is a great time to review your social media profile. Don't let a wild and crazy social network presence undermine the promise of
Behind Blackshades: a closer look at the latest FBI cyber crime arrests
Blackshades is a RAT and the FBI has just arrested a lot of people involved in its use and distribution. But what's a RAT and how will these
Business continuity management: key to securing your digital future
Business continuity management is the key to securing your company's digital future despite disruptive incidents, from power outages and IT
What Am I Thankful For? A diagnosis of hemochromatosis | The Stephen Cob...
I have been trying to find the right way to write this post for about two weeks. Now we’ve arrived at the time of the year when it’s traditi
How can doctors practice better health information security?
Did you know that medical data on 20000 people may be exposed to abuse today? That is the number of people per day whose protected health in
Taking digital devices to the Sochi Olympics? Think twice
We are just days away from the Opening Ceremonies for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi and if you are headed there to join the festivi
Active Defense: Good protection doesn’t need to be offensive - We Live S...
Just Google for the search term '“active defense” startup' and it is clear that this is a hot growth area in Internet security. But what is
Windows 8.1 - security improvements - We Live Security
Windows 8.1 - security improvements
How can domestic violence survivors protect their privacy? - We Live Sec...
It is not often that we cover subject matter in a computer security blog that require a “trigger warning”, but today is one of those days. T