Tony Campbell

Tony Campbell has been a technology and security professional for over two decades, during which time he has worked on dozens of large-scale enterprise security projects, published technical books and worked as a technical editor for Apress Inc.

He was was the co-founder of Digital Forensics Magazine prior to developing security training courses for infosec skills.

He now lives and works in Perth, where he maintains a security consulting role with Kinetic IT while continuing to develop training material and working on fiction in his limited spare time.

Recent articles by Tony Campbell

Dropbox drops the ball

Dropbox drops the ball

[Blog post] Are your files as secure as you think they are?
Jan 31 2017 3:00PM
Last year's big DDoS attacks were only the beginning

Last year's big DDoS attacks were only the beginning

[Blog post] Krebs, Dyn, Lloyds ... and more to come.
Jan 24 2017 2:58PM
Software liability is coming

Software liability is coming

[Blog post] It’s only a matter of when.
Jan 17 2017 3:00PM
When even your headphones betray you

When even your headphones betray you

[Blog post] Sensitive conversations can be recorded.
Nov 29 2016 2:50PM
SA govt's legacy IT management fail

SA govt's legacy IT management fail

[Blog post] Six years without security patches.
Nov 22 2016 3:00PM
Outsourcing does not mean offloading IT risk

Outsourcing does not mean offloading IT risk

[Blog post] You are responsible for your security.
Nov 15 2016 3:00PM
Aussie execs need to get better at cyber security

Aussie execs need to get better at cyber security

[Blog post] Report details woeful preparedness.
Nov 8 2016 3:00PM
Don't let fear drive your IT security purchasing decisions

Don't let fear drive your IT security purchasing decisions

[Blog post] Listening to the vendors won't get you what you need.
Oct 25 2016 3:00PM
Malware from the '90s comes back into fashion

Malware from the '90s comes back into fashion

[Blog post] When old becomes new again.
Oct 18 2016 3:00PM
The govt needs to encourage Aussie CISOs to buy local

The govt needs to encourage Aussie CISOs to buy local

[Blog post] Innovation future looks bleak otherwise.
Oct 11 2016 3:00PM
Is the internet of things the new DDoS attack weapon?

Is the internet of things the new DDoS attack weapon?

[Blog post] Leveraging IoT devices for botnets.
Sep 27 2016 3:00PM
Global cyber standards aren't enough to secure central banks

Global cyber standards aren't enough to secure central banks

[Blog post] Don't rely on frameworks for protection.
Sep 20 2016 3:00PM
Did Intel mishandle McAfee?

Did Intel mishandle McAfee?

[Blog post] Security is not a product, it's a process.
Sep 13 2016 3:00PM
Australia still has a way to go to become an infosec world leader

Australia still has a way to go to become an infosec world leader

[Blog post] Taking lessons from Israel.
Sep 6 2016 3:00PM
A little bit of paranoia is a good thing

A little bit of paranoia is a good thing

[Blog post] Threat assessments at the heart of good security.
Aug 30 2016 3:00PM
Phishers sharpen their spears

Phishers sharpen their spears

[Blog post] Awareness is the best defence.
Aug 23 2016 3:00PM
Ignoring security in the race to market

Ignoring security in the race to market

[Blog post] Cutting corners when breaches would have real-world effects.
Aug 9 2016 3:00PM
How much should you trust your hardware vendor?

How much should you trust your hardware vendor?

[Blog post] Jumping all in with a single provider is risky.
Jul 26 2016 3:00PM
No, SFG isn't Stuxnet 2.0

No, SFG isn't Stuxnet 2.0

[Blog post] Overhyped and underdone.
Jul 19 2016 3:00PM
WA should take note of Victoria's new security framework

WA should take note of Victoria's new security framework

[Blog post] Scheme borrows from established guidelines.
Jul 12 2016 3:00PM

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