A great deal of metadata and surrounding context can still be inferred from unclassified emails. These inferences might include the social connections between people, the names of projects a person is working on, how emails are formatted, and what jargon a person uses. On the surface, this kind of information might seem innocuous. However, in the hands of a skilled and patient adversary, this information can be used to exploit human weaknesses in cybersecurity.
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
My Article in Slate on Human Weaknesses in Cybersecurity
I published an article on Slate about human aspects of cybersecurity.