The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club is the first and the most Dickensian of Dickens’s novels.
As FBI director Wray renews calls for “exceptional access” to encrypted data on personal devices, some crypto experts warn that this would undercut personal security and privacy. The National Academies of Science say policy makers must carefully balance the benefits against the risks.
Neal Stephenson’s masterpiece defies easy categorization—not quite cyberpunk, certainly not science fiction, but much more than an historical novel. If you’re tempted to invest in bitcoins, read this first.
The gold standard for swashbuckling adventure. If you haven’t already read it you might have thought that you probably should. You are right.
There’s an absence of cybersecurity solutions with Common Criteria certification for network access control (NAC) tools.
NIST has produced a practical guide to blockchains: What they do, how they work, and what businesses should know about them.
We have reviewed quite a few threat hunting programs recently. However, almost all of them were designed as tools to help threat hunters do their jobs. But there are few good hunters. Mantix4, originally designed for the Canadian Government, now provides threat hunting as a service.
The Bard is an acquired taste; but like many acquired tastes, it’s worth the effort.
A classic memoir from a wonderful writer about Harold Ross, the colorful founding editor of the New Yorker.
One of America’s greatest early writers, underappreciated today, Washington Irving set the tone for irreverent American humor for the next two centuries with this engaging satire.