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We recently overview the opportunity (very funny and interesting, by the way) to review a series of conferences on information security and cyber security.
Red: Captures the brightest reflected, represents brilliance.
(Strikes the diamond from 45 to 75 degrees to the table) Green: Captures light that is not as bright; reflected off of indirect angles (Strikes diamond from 0 to 45 degrees) Blue: Represents contrast; created by light that could have entered the diamond, but was blocked by the observers head (Strikes at 75 to 90 degrees) Black/White: Both colors represent leakage- or an area from which light is lost.
These congresses spoke mostly of relatively new developments that are trends, such as Next Gen, Internet of Things (Io T), DDo S attacks through Io T, security intelligence platforms, etc.
Often during security conferences emphasis is placed on sophisticated threats and APTs (advanced persistent threats); however, companies like Talk Talk and Ashley Madison could have been protected from attacks if they had only had basic security.
Although practicing safety can be exceptionally complex, its spirit is quite simple.
It is nothing more or nothing less than reducing or taking risks, and making them visible.
When the light finally has an opportunity to refract out, it can leave through the table as white light, which is what we see as brilliance; or it can leave as separate rays, which reach our eyes in flashes of color.
Keeping the physics of light play in mind, ASET generates a color-coded image that identifies the angle from which a diamond is gathering its light, allowing us to see how well or how poorly the diamond is handling the rays.