Monthly Archives: March 2012

Bike Rehab, episode 10

Hell, yeah. Just got a call from the shop. The Green Monster lives. It’s carbs were out of whack, as well as the timing — breaker points, not that newfangled solid-state stuff. I feel a bit bad I failed at … Continue reading

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Status Report: SEC disclosure text mining project

This is a brief note updating what I wrote earlier regarding mining SEC disclosures for information security intelligence. The diagram above shows my current progress and intent, as far as the technical bits go. Items in black are done. Those … Continue reading

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SEC disclosure documents as a source of information security intelligence

The information security trade press and blogosphere were atwitter (oh yeah, them too) when Reuters reported in February 2012 that a Verisign SEC filing revealed that Verisign “[…]experienced security breaches in the corporate network in 2010 which were not sufficiently … Continue reading

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Bike Rehab, Episode 9

I don’t like to admit defeat, but I can’t get this sucker to run smoothly. I can get it to run on one cylinder, but that doesn’t quite cut it. Luckily, I’m close enough to the shop that they’ll pick … Continue reading

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