Introducing trust but verify
In this blog I will discuss security, but from a very particular perspective. I have been both in the defense and attack side (I was really young, sorry) , and I currently participate in committee seeking standardization. So it will be a weird mix of ideas, but I promise, always practical in nature.
This blog itself is done utilizing Jekyl and uploaded to amazon S3 storage directly. This provides an idea of what is my approach to security: simplicity, usablity and above all, security build from the ground up. After thought security usually ends up in bloated solutions (e.g. antiviruses). Security solutions shoud take time to setup and plan, but after that, you will be able to trust the solution until the situation changes. After that, as the Russian proverb goes, doveryai, no proveryai: trust, but verify.