Entries by Keith Do

Digital Resilience: Book Review by Mark Gorenberg

Book Review  | January 14, 2019

Mark Gorenberg, Founder, Zetta Venture Partners 

Wow. What an amazing read. I was mesmerized by the details and easily way you explained the Target breach all the way through the list of recommendations.  Really great work.

Digital Resilience: Book Review by Diana Chapman Walsh

Book Review  | January 8, 2019

By Diana Chapman Walsh, 12th President of Wellesley College

Fascinating, compelling, a beautifully-written page turner that draws the reader in immediately. I learned a whole new vocabulary—new words to convey new concepts in paragraph after paragraph—introduced elegantly and seamlessly so as not to disrupt the flow of the intriguing story […]

Zuckerberg: How He Can Get Facebook Back On Track

Forbes | December 15, 2018

“Facebook rose to success at a time when most people made clear how little they cared about privacy – we would post anything, and we enjoyed the freedom and the sense of connection,” said Dr. Mike Lloyd, who is the CTO of RedSeal. “Unfortunately, like a vine growing up a […]

Does Improving Cybersecurity Begin with Improving the Acquisitions Process?

Government Technology Insider | December 11, 2018

With Kimberly Baker, RedSeal Senior Vice President and GM Public Sector

The ability to secure federal data, networks, and assets is impacted by the ability of agency cyber leaders to access required technology. They need to continually respond to well-resourced adversaries that are constantly evolving the mechanisms of […]

Scanning for Flaws, Scoring for Security

Krebs on Security | December 2018

“You can, of course, establish some important things about the quality of a building from a photograph, but it’s no substitute for really being able to inspect it from the inside,” Dr. Mike Lloyd told Dark Reading regarding the Chamber/FICO announcement in October.