Images to help us think about cyber resilience... .

Our Incident Response Plan Dilbert
 
Hacked from a Teenager's bedroom?
 
Hope is not a tactic Deepwater Horizon - marketing slogan for global movie release on 30th Sept 2016
(Click for procurement lessons on the risk of "breach" through sub contractors & partners)
 
I'm sure there are better ways to disguise sensitive information
 
Are you the Key Master... ? Whale Phishing
 
You don't need to see his identification Social Engineering
 
And in this corner we have Dave...
 
There is no patch for stupidity
 
We've done a lot of stupid things we'd like to keep secret.
 
I just hope these cyber criminals are not 13 years old
 
I will not shut down major e-commerce sites... .
 
Are you too important to be breached by a child?
 
I hacked into the school computer... .
 
No Grandma...
 
My password is not working... .
 
Dogbert password recovery service... .
 
I have a new hobby called Phishing... .
 
I'm one of your Facebook friends...
 
How small vulnerabilities lead to large breaches
 
Cutting out my rude remarks
 
You caught a virus from your computer... I hope you've got a back-up!
 
Where did I leave our back-up?
 
The Privacy Train Wreck
 
But we don't have to Notify customers if we think maybe the hackers didn't actually copy our data
 
They were way ahead of us in passwords
 
My biometrics authentication
 
 
For a moment I had a feeling of total security
 
Leave the cell with the door open Social Engineering
 
Who the young hackers think they are... Script kiddies and hackers
 
How your defences look to hackers Maturity Levels for Cyber Resilience - KBC - RSA - Jan Nys - March 2016
 
Information security is a big deal... jerk.
 
For the sake of information security, everything on my resume is false.
 
I'm going to auction my identity on eBay!
 
My emotions are encrypted to protect the security of our marriage.
 
I'm trying to find a hacker
 
How hackers behave in your networks Maturity Levels for Cyber Resilience - Optiv - RSA - Jonathan Trull - March 2016
 
In a perfect world, no one would be able to use anything. As always, Scott Adams got there first... .