Posts tagged with: Security Thought Leadership

Do You Know Where Your Data Is?

The following appeared in the Canadian online magazine Security Matters:  Location Based Services: Do you know where your data is? Do you know where your data is? By Christopher Burgess  Everywhere you look, retailers and other entities are offering to […]






By: | Safety & Security, News, Information Security| Tags: | Comments: Comments Off on Do You Know Where Your Data Is?

Are You a Demanding User?

By Christopher Burgess Do you work for an enterprise or a small-to-medium-size business? If so, odds are you have an information technology department supporting you. If you work for yourself, you may leverage the knowledge of others in cobbling together […]






By: | Safety & Security, News, Information Security| Tags: | Comments: Comments Off on Are You a Demanding User?

Out of Control User = Frenetic IT

By Christopher Burgess When you access your email each day, do you do so at a distance of 15 paces because you’re just not sure what might jump out of that inbox? You can just about anticipate an email detailing […]






By: | Safety & Security, News, Information Security| Tags: | Comments: Comments Off on Out of Control User = Frenetic IT
  • Crimeware

Crimeware – a book review by Christopher

Five stars to Jakobsson & Ramzan for a most useful guide to understanding the underbelly of the internet. The strength exhibited by this book lies within the all-star lineup of contributors and the thorough dissection of the numerous forms of crimeware. Their book is a must read for anyone who has responsibility or an interest in protecting Personal Identifying Information (PII), Private Consumer Information (PCI) or Intellectual Property (IP).











By: | Reviews, News| Tags: | Comments: 1

2006 – Presentations by Christopher Burgess

The year 2006 was an interesting one, with my public speaking engagements limited, as I transitioned from a government executive to a corporate executive.  I largely focused my presentations on the various aspects of industrial and corporate espionage, and finished […]






By: | News, Presentations| Tags: | Comments: Comments Off on 2006 – Presentations by Christopher Burgess