Best 66 of Cybersecurity quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 19 Sep

James Scott

The way to stifle China’s growth is to inhibit the flow of their connectivity. In order to slow down Chinese expansion, we need to cripple their cyber-kinetic-political connectivity. Indirect polarization, in all forms, must be at the forefront of the agenda when conducting influence operations on all things China.

By Anonym 16 Sep

James Scott

In this business, I find more value in working with hackers who abstract new realities from cast aside code and concepts than academics who regurgitate other people’s work and try to pawn it off as their own.

By Anonym 18 Sep

James Scott

Ransomware is more about manipulating vulnerabilities in human psychology than the adversary's technological sophistication

By Anonym 16 Sep

Anna L. Davis

I’d been an outcast my entire life. Growing up with technophobe parents in the dawn of a Cyborg Age did that to a person.

By Anonym 20 Sep

James Scott

You think an Air Gap is a defense? Sofacy, Stuxnet, Uroburos, AirHopper, BitWhisperer and ProjectSauron…enough said!

By Anonym 18 Sep

Sunanda Mani

Security is a Blackhole

By Anonym 20 Sep

Tamie M. Santiago

When fervent human curiosity is abandoned to the power of AI, the intrinsic executive function, cognitive control, interrogation, and discord will rapidly weaken to the surrender of the narrative/reality created by AI.

By Anonym 16 Sep

James Scott

Few critical infrastructures need to expedite their cyber resiliency as desperately as the health sector, who repeatedly demonstrates lackadaisical cyber hygiene, finagled and Frankensteined networks, virtually unanimous absence of security operations teams and good ol’ boys club bureaucratic board members flexing little more than smoke and mirror, cyber security theatrics as their organizational defense.

By Anonym 19 Sep

James Scott

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.

By Anonym 15 Sep

James Scott

Consider all tabulation systems infected by bad actors until a third party, not affiliated with the manufacturer or election officials, proves they are secure.

By Anonym 15 Sep

James Scott

America is a reactionary society which makes us prone and vulnerable to Hegelian dialectic style manipulation. I’m more concerned about the adversaries within our boarders than I am our adversaries from abroad.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Nina Easton

The guardians of your company's cyber security should be encouraged to network within the industry to swap information on the latest hacker tricks and most effective defenses

By Anonym 20 Sep

James Scott

You'll have the right to be angry about Vault 7 only after you boycott dragnet surveillance data providers like Google, Microsoft, Skype, Facebook and LinkedIn. The true threat is coming from the private sector surveillance profiteers.

By Anonym 20 Sep

James Scott

Your ideas are bound to forces of which you have no control due to the fact that you've voluntarily submitted your freedom of though to the perception steering censorship of Google, Facebook and other dragnet surveillance capitalists.

By Anonym 16 Sep

James Scott

If you don’t feel ordained by the Universe to do this job, do something else. The intelligence community has to shut down the gaping wound that is the insider threat epidemic we are experiencing right now.

By Anonym 16 Sep

James Scott

In an age of dynamic malware obfuscation through operations such as mutating hash, a hyper-evolving threat landscape, and technologically next generation adversaries, offensive campaigns have an overwhelming advantage over defensive strategies.

By Anonym 18 Sep

James Scott

The gaping wound in America’s national security is without a doubt, the unregulated dragnet surveillance capitalists.

By Anonym 17 Sep

James Scott

Many members of Isis are not sophisticated attackers. The majority of members do not have a technical background. The UCC is predominately capable of hacking soft targets, such as Twitter accounts, and spreading propaganda or defacing websites

By Anonym 13 Sep

Donald Trump

Cybersecurity is not only a question of developing defensive technologies but offensive technologies, as well.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Chris Kubecka

Unequivocally, this proves not only have cats taken over the internet but now the offshore tax haven market too!

By Anonym 15 Sep

James Scott

A Nation State or Cyber-Mercenary won’t hack e-voting machines one by one. This takes too long and will have minimal impact. Instead, they’ll take an easier approach like spear phishing the manufacturer with malware and poison the voting machine update pre-election and allow the manufacturer to update each individual machine with a self-deleting payload that will target the tabulation process.

By Anonym 19 Sep

James Scott

There’s no silver bullet solution with cyber security, a layered defense is the only viable defense

By Anonym 18 Sep

James Scott

Real cybersecurity means that your Security Operations team is consistently pen testing your network with the same stealth and sophistication as the Russian nation state, the same desperation as China’s 13th Five Year Plan, the same inexhaustible energy of the Cyber Caliphate and the same greed and ambition for monetary payoff as a seasoned cyber-criminal gang.

By Anonym 16 Sep

James Scott

Hackers find more success with organizations where employees are under appreciated, over worked and under paid. Why would anyone in an organization like that care enough to think twice before clicking on a phishing email?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tom Gaffney

Employees can now easily leak company data through the use of insecure public Wi-Fi . If employees do not use VPNs to encrypt their data, they run the risk of exposing their traffic to cybercriminals. This means that passwords and usernames can be seen and intercepted by others on the network….. Although public WiFi hotspots are an invaluable services, there is a strong need for businesses to stay on top of the potential threats and security risks.

By Anonym 18 Sep

James Scott

Right and wrong isn’t a matter of ethics, rather it’s the geography in which you reside and whose control you’re under. Tallinn Manual 2.0 is based largely on western international humanitarian law.

By Anonym 18 Sep

James Scott

The collaboration between secretaries of state, election officials and the voting system manufacturers on the matter of enforcing this black box proprietary code secrecy with election systems, is nothing less than the commoditization and monetization of American Democracy

By Anonym 15 Sep

Arzak Khan

Creating back doors to hack in to secure devices will not only undermine consumer confidence in technology but most importantly empower cyber criminals and totalitarian regimes.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Doug Shadel

We’re concerned that people are trading security for convenience…People are doing things on free Wi-Fi that are really alarming

By Anonym 16 Sep

Chris Kubecka

In modern Russia, Putin vote for you

By Anonym 18 Sep

James Scott

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

By Anonym 20 Sep

James Scott

You are a product to dragnet surveillance capitalists like Google, Facebook, Comcast and Verizon. Your ideas are rarely your own, rather you are little more than a pawn to their perception steering initiatives to get you to read, believe and buy what they put in front of you. The first step to breaking out of this faux reality matrix is to stop using Google, Bing, Yahoo, Comcast and Facebook.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Art Wittmann

As we've come to realize, the idea that security starts and ends with the purchase of a prepackaged firewall is simply misguided

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mansur Hasib

A Chief Financial Officer running technology and cybersecurity strategy in an organization is like a bus driver flying an airplane without a flying license.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Chris Kubecka

-and to Donald Trump. Remember Donald's wife is a spy from old soviet." I love the internet.

By Anonym 18 Sep

James Scott

Senator Markey’s Cyber Shield Act can work! Start the conversations with the basics: Use a QR code that attaches to a dynamic database that runs an artificial intelligence algorithm to calculate the score. Let’s not make this more difficult than it is.

By Anonym 19 Sep

James Scott

This cyberwar will be a continuous marathon war that will only compound and hyper-evolve in stealth, sophistication and easy entry due to the accelerated evolution of “as a service” attack strategies for sale on the dark web.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jennifer Ritchie Payette

Impersonating someone else in any form whatsoever will result in a very negative outcome with severe consequences. Practice good sense when working online and when representing clients, organizations, and projects.

By Anonym 15 Sep

James Scott

Cybersecurity whitepaper authors have it all wrong! It’s about weaponizing the mind of the reader so that when they’re done reading the document, you’ve memetically drilled home actionable concepts that will expediently impact their cyber defense.

By Anonym 19 Sep

James Scott

What do you mean “Should we worry about cyber adversaries getting into state voter registration databases?” They’re already in and selling exfiltrated voter registration data on the dark web! Next election cycle black hats will be selling ‘access as service’.

By Anonym 15 Sep

James Scott

America’s treasure troves of public and private data, IP, and critical infrastructure continues to be pilfered, annihilated, and disrupted, while an organizational culture of ‘Participation Trophy Winners” managed by tech neophyte executives continue to lose one battle after the next.

By Anonym 19 Sep

James Scott

There's a compounding and unraveling chaos that is perpetually in motion in the Dark Web's toxic underbelly.

By Anonym 16 Sep

James Scott

I don’t care how secure you think your organization is, I’ll social engineer my way inside in less than 24 hours regardless of the sophistication of your IoT microcosm security. Whatever obstacles I run into exploiting your technical vulnerabilities will be made up for by exploiting the vulnerabilities in the cyber hygiene of your staff.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Arzak Khan

We need to move from the existing culture of compliance in cybersecurity to developing a culture of excellence in mitigating Cyber threats.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Mark G. Graff

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

By Anonym 19 Sep

James Scott

We have the technical sophistication of Tinker Toy’s protecting the IoT microcosms of America’s health sector organizations.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Wolfgang Goerlich

Employees make decisions every day that negatively affects their business’s security…As a result, we have known for a while that, to protect organizations, employees need online street smarts. However, the problem is that some in the industry treat employee awareness as a training concern or one-time activity. It is not. It is an ongoing cultural problem.

By Anonym 15 Sep

James Scott

As we’ve already seen with exfiltrated voter registration databases and the endless methods of poisoning manufacturer updates, manipulating DRE and optical scan machines and bypassing air gap defense, the state election official’s illusion of security is being pummeled by the reality of cyberattack.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jennifer Ritchie Payette

If you suddenly detect "coaching" messages in your email system, assume you have been hacked. Refrain from following an unidentifiable coach, including one who suggests certain responses. Unless you have engaged in and signed a coaching contract, do not engage in online coercion. Change passwords immediately, protect yourself and practice smart online behavior.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Arulselvar Thomas

You may think that Ransomware attack decrypt's the encrypted data after Ransom payment. Don’t forget the fact that 97% of the attack victims haven’t recovered, even after ransom.