Because Critical Informatics Founder, President and CISO Mike Hamilton is basically always talking, we put him on a rigorous public engagement schedule for the the next 6-11 months. He’s probably on an airplane right now. For a sample of what he talks about, see the above video from 2017, in which he addresses such cheery topics as:
- The entire internet is booby-trapped
- Don’t click on anything, ever
- That karaoke site you went to yesterday is no longer okay
- There are no records left to steal
- How government infosec regulations are similar to tostadas
- How much is a human life worth?
- Really weird competing forces in a capitalistic society
- Weapons-grade cyber tools are loose on the streets
- The regulatory requirements of selling urinal cakes to hospitals
- Ford Pintos
But in all seriousness, Mike also warns us about real infosec trends, like the lack of quality security measures implemented by IoT manufacturers, the resultant importance of necessitating security standards in the procurement process, how existing regulatory requirements are starting to extend to third party/supply chain vendors, and how legislation is a long way from providing realistic solutions. Enjoy!