Cyber Security Quotes

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Roderick Vincent
“In the underworld, reality itself has elastic properties and is capable of being stretched into different definitions
of the truth.”
Roderick Vincent, The Cause

“If you spend more on coffee than on IT security, you will be hacked. What's more, you deserve to be hacked”
Richard Clarke

“Information is a significant component of most organizations’ competitive strategy either by the direct collection, management, and interpretation of business information or the retention of information for day-to-day business processing. Some of the more obvious results of IS failures include reputational damage, placing the organization at a competitive disadvantage, and contractual noncompliance. These impacts should not be underestimated.”
The IIA Research Foundation

Robert E.  Davis
“To competently perform rectifying security service, two critical incident response elements are necessary: information and organization.”
Robert E. Davis

Michael Ben Zehabe
“Dora Flores was one of the few people Tom confided in. She reported to him as Cyber Division’s Inner-Office Field Support. She still had a slight Mexican flavor in her pronunciations, and he liked it.”
Michael Benzehabe

Michael Ben Zehabe
“Dean Rolfe squirmed, coughed, and looked everywhere except in Frank’s eyes. To do what was fraught with legal ramifications. These were the words he had carefully avoided, the hidden croutons in his carefully prepared word salad. “To give you the reach to keep tabs on certain people, no matter where they go. You know . . . a surveillance system.”
Michael Benzehabe

Michael Ben Zehabe
“Li, a willowy manboy with a shock of black hair atop a mouthful of bad teeth was the brother-in-law he had introduced to industrial espionage several years back. Rong often regretted that.”
Michael Benzehabe

Michael Ben Zehabe
“Zoe returned by rail to Claremont Village. After the train pulled away, she stood alone, beneath a security camera affixed to a lamppost. She looked up, and its lifeless eye looked straight back. In some uncontrollable fancy she turned and curtseyed, imagining someone wonderful on the other side of the lens would be captivated by her new American dress.”
Michael Benzehabe

“This next president is going to inherit the most sophisticated and persistent cyber espionage cultures the world has ever seen, He needs to surround himself with experts that can expedite the allocation of potent layers of next generation defenses around our targeted critical infrastructure silos.”
James Scott, Senior Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology

Kevin D. Mitnick
“The methods that will most effectively minimize the ability of intruders to compromise information security are comprehensive user training and education. Enacting policies and procedures simply won't suffice. Even with oversight the policies and procedures may not be effective: my access to Motorola, Nokia, ATT, Sun depended upon the willingness of people to bypass policies and procedures that were in place for years before I compromised them successfully”
Kevin Mitnick

“We’re talking about the fate of our economy and the questionable resiliency of our Nation’s critical infrastructure. Why are experts so polite, patient, and forgiving when talking about cybersecurity and National Security? The drama of each script kiddie botnet attack and Nation State pilfering of our IP has been turned into a soap opera through press releases, sound bites and enforced absurdity of mainstream media. It’s time for a cybersecurity zeitgeist in the West where cyber hygiene is a meme that is aggressively distributed by those who have mastered it and encouraged to be imitated by those who have experienced it.”
James Scott, Senior Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology

“The health sector continuously get’s pummeled by malicious actors and hackers because their cyber-kinetic security is being managed by “Participation Trophy” winning wimps!”
James Scott, Senior Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology

“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and few minutes of cyber-incident to ruin it.”
Stephane Nappo

“You are an essential ingredient in our ongoing effort to reduce Security Risk.”
Kirsten Manthorne

U.S. Department of Homeland Security
“NCCIC delivers a full spectrum of cyber exercise planning workshops and seminars, and conducts tabletop, full-scale, and functional exercises, as well as the biennial National Cyber Exercise: Cyber Storm and the annual Cyber Guard Prelude exercise. These events are designed to assist organizations at all levels in the development and testing of cybersecurity prevention, protection, mitigation, and response capabilities.”
U.S. Department of Homeland Security, DHS Election Infrastructure Security Resource Guide

“We didn't install the [Code Red] patch on those DMZ systems because they were only used for development and testing. — Anonymous client, shortly after spending 48 continuous hours removing 2001's Code Red worm from internal corporate servers”
Mark G. Graff

Bruce Schneier
“Computer security can simply be protecting your equipment and files from disgruntled employees, spies, and anything that goes bump in the night, but there is much more. Computer security helps ensure that your computers, networks, and peripherals work as expected all the time, and that your data is safe in the event of hard disk crash or a power failure resulting from an electrical storm. Computer security also makes sure no damage is done to your data and that no one is able to read it unless you want them to”
Bruce Schneier

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“If security were all that mattered, computers would never be turned on, let alone hooked into a network with literally millions of potential intruders”
Dan Farmer

“Connecting any strategic infrastructure to the internet makes it vulnerable to security threats and most government systems connected in South are extremely vulnerable to hacking, data leakages and hijacking.”
Arzak Khan

“One of the main cyber-risks is to think they don’t exist. The other is to try to treat all potential risks.

Fix the basics, protect first what matters for your business and be ready to react properly to pertinent threats. Think data, but also business services integrity, awareness, customer experience, compliance, and reputation.”
Stephane Nappo

“Ransomware is unique among cybercrime because in order for the attack to be successful, it requires the victim to become a willing accomplice after the fact”
James Scott, Sr. Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology

“Technology trust is a good thing, but control is a better one.”
Stephane Nappo

“Digital freedom stops where that of users begins... Nowadays, digital evolution must no longer be offered to a customer in trade-off between privacy and security. Privacy is not for sale, it's a valuable asset to protect.”
Stephane Nappo

“Education has always been a profit-enabler for individuals and the corporation. Education, both conception and delivery, must evolve quickly and radically to keep pace with digital transition. Education is a part of the digital equation.”
Stephane Nappo

“Threat is a mirror of security gaps. Cyber-threat is mainly a reflection of our weaknesses. An accurate vision of digital and behavioral gaps is crucial for a consistent cyber-resilience.”
Stephane Nappo

“At a boardroom or at a 'nuke proof' datacenter, a Chief Information Security Officer 2.0 participates in creating and protecting the digital value. The role of a CISO evolves from a ´policeman of computers´ to a ´dietician of risk appetite´. For success in digital transformation, turn the comprehensive risk management and cybersecurity into key business differentiators.”
Stephane Nappo

“The Internet of Things (IoT) devoid of comprehensive security management is tantamount to the Internet of Threats.

Apply open collaborative innovation, systems thinking & zero-trust security models to design IoT ecosystems that generate and capture value in value chains of the Internet of Things.”
Stephane Nappo

“The five most efficient cyber defenders are: Anticipation, Education, Detection, Reaction and Resilience. Do remember: "Cybersecurity is much more than an IT topic.”
Stephane Nappo

Edward Snowden
“Two things about the NSA stunned me right off the bat: how technologically sophisticated it was compared with the CIA, and how much less vigilant it was about security in its every iteration, from the compartmentalization of information to data encryption.”
Edward Snowden

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