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Nigel Stanley

Nigel Stanley is the IT Security Practice Leader for Bloor Research. In this blog Nigel will be commenting on the world of IT security and other areas of interest from time to time.

Recent Blog Posts

Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 8th May '12
Computing have a good piece summarising the panel I ran at InfoSec 2012 My issue was around the jailbreaking of devices. If a user is motivated and capable of jailbreaking a device what else could they be doing to your network? The full article is...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 8th May '12
Nigel Stanley, Practice Leader at Bloor Research, talks to Infosecurity Magazine's Drew Amorosi outside the keynote theatre at Infosecurity Europe 2012. Link to video here
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 4th May '12
I will be appearing in the SC Magazine Virtual Summit on mobile security on 18th May 2012 at 17.00 - 17.45. The session is called What Does The Future Hold? Understand What Technology, Staff Trends And Threats Lurk Round The Corner and will address...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 13th February '12
I will be attending Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the end of this month (February 2012). In particular I will be speaking at the security forum on a subject close to my heart... An increasing number of companies are opening corporate...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 19th December '11
As we usher in the end of 2011 many of us will be glad that a pretty traumatic year has finished. With continuing turmoil across financial markets, revolutions and civil war it makes one wonder what else is set to challenge us in 2012. The answer...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 3rd October '11
The lastest version of BSIMM - Building Security in Maturity Model has just been released [27th September 2011]. When the BSIMM project started I was excited but apprehensive - the challenge to produce such a maturity model was enormous. With BSIMM3...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 27th April '11
On Thursday 19th May 2011 I will be speaking at The 2nd International Secure Systems Development Conference in London on the subject of smartphone security, entitled I own your smart phone (and of course your private life and your business life) But...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 26th April '11
Another phone hacking story went live last week here  This was a package we had recorded a couple of weeks ago and it was scheduled for release during InfoSec 2011 week - as if that week wasn't going to be busy enough!The video demonstrates just...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 26th April '11
An interesting story from the BBC based on some research I have been doing with Nico Prucha based at the University of Vienna. We found jihadists were compiling packages of information designed to be received on smartphones. They contained copies of...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 13th April '11
This year's Counter Terrorism Conference (London, 19th–20th April 2011) looks set to be one of the largest CT events ever. We need to keep up with new threats and challenges, and I have been asked to speak at the conference on cell/mobile phone...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 9th March '11
If I had £1 for everytime I was asked, What is the most secure smartphone?, I don't think I would be sitting here blogging. The recent withdrawal of a raft of Android apps has yet again focused people's minds on this important question—everyone...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 22nd February '11
Life is moving fast in the world of mobile device security. With announcements last week at Mobile World Conference of ever more powerful smartphones and mobile devices, the game of security catch-up needs to be happening quicker than ever. The...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 14th February '11
This is an interesting paper. It introduces some work called Soundminer, a stealthy and context-aware sound Trojan for smartphones. It explores the threat of smartphone malware with access to on-board sensors, which opens new avenues for secret...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 21st January '11
At long last more people are realising that 2011 is quickly becoming the tipping point for mobile security issues, as reported here. This is an area I am actively researching and I will be producing a range of reports and recommendations over the...
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 13th January '11
Smartphone use and security was debated by a panel I ran at the Infosecurity Europe exhibition's press conference in London the other day. It was an interesting debate - see more here
Nigel Stanley, Bloor Research | 11th January '11
....recent reports from Trusteer would suggest so. After gaining access to web server logs from phishing sites they found that: Mobile users are the first to arrive at phishing sites Mobile users accessing phishing websites are three times more...


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