The economics of selling security vulnerabilities – or there is a market for everything

When I studied Economics in the 90ies, Gary S Becker received the Nobel Price for his extension of the microeconomic analysis to include human behavior and social aspects including marriage, discrimination and for example having sex with your spouse. That raised a few eye-browse back then. Nowadays I am wondering when an economist will publish … More The economics of selling security vulnerabilities – or there is a market for everything

Security is important – or why every CSO wants to bang their head against a wall

Recently I met former co-students at a reunion, and told them that my area of expertise is security. Everybody agreed that I must work in a hot area and be in for a great career. Well, really? Latest polls indicate that (cyber) security is the top most concern to upper management especially when moving technology … More Security is important – or why every CSO wants to bang their head against a wall