Essays and Op Eds by Category
Economics of Security
March 3, 2013 • New York Daily News
Take Stop-and-Scan with a Grain of Salt
October 15, 2009 • The Guardian
Why Framing Your Enemies Is Now Virtually Child's Play
July 15, 2009 • The Guardian
Facebook Should Compete on Privacy, Not Hide It Away
June 24, 2009 • The Guardian and Gulf Times
Raising the Cost of Paperwork Errors Will Improve Accuracy
April 28, 2009 • The Wall Street Journal
Do You Know Where Your Data Are?
April 2, 2009 • The Guardian
An Enterprising Criminal Has Spotted a Gap in the Market
February 26, 2009 • Wired News
How Perverse Incentives Drive Bad Security Decisions
September 2008 • IEEE Spectrum
Here Comes Here Comes Everybody
August 21, 2008 • Wired News
Boston Court's Meddling With "Full Disclosure" Is Unwelcome
August 7, 2008 • The Guardian
Why Being Open about Security Makes Us All Safer in the Long Run
October 18, 2007 • Wired News
Economics, Not Apathy, Exposes Chemical Plants To Danger
May 6, 2007 • IEEE Computers and Security
Nonsecurity Considerations in Security Decisions
April 19, 2007 • Wired News
How Security Companies Sucker Us With Lemons
January 2007 • Information Security
Does Secrecy Help Protect Personal Information?
January 2007 • CSO Online
Schneier: Full Disclosure of Security Vulnerabilities a 'Damned Good Idea'
August 10, 2006 • Wired News
Drugs: Sports' Prisoner's Dilemma
July 13, 2006 • Wired News
Google's Click-Fraud Crackdown
June 29, 2006 • Wired News
It's the Economy, Stupid
June 1, 2006 • Wired News
Make Vendors Liable for Bugs
October 20, 2005 • Wired News
Sue Companies, Not Coders
October 6, 2005 • Wired News
A Real Remedy for Phishers
October 28, 2004 • Computerworld
Information Security: How liable should vendors be?
May/Jun 2004 • IEEE Security and Privacy
Security and Compliance
April 2004 • IEEE Computer
Hacking the Business Climate for Network Security
April 2004 • Communications of the ACM
Cyber Underwriters Lab?
November 2003 • Heise Security
Liability Changes Everything
April 22, 2002 • Network World
Should Vendors be Liable for Their Software's Security Flaws?
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