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Matthew Rosenquist

Cybersecurity Strategist specializing in the evolution of threats, opportunities, and risks in pursuit of optimal security for our digital world.

Joined April 2019 211 Followers

Matthew Rosenquist

Trustworthy Response to Product Vulnerabilities Demonstrates Leadership

21 May 2019 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist

I applaud Google for taking extraordinary steps to protect and service their customers by offering free replacements for the Titan Bluetooth Security Keys. Such product recalls can be expensive, time consuming, and prolong negative stories in the ne...

Congrats goes to Bitcoin for Breaking Past the $8000 Barrier

14 May 2019 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist

Checking the markets just after midnight Pacific time, on May 14th, it shows Bitcoin has pushed past the $8k mark!  Nowhere near it's All Time High of almost $20k, but a great accomplishment for 2019 where it started at about $3750.   I am sure...

A Farewell Note to My Intel Colleagues

9 May 2019 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist

This was the letter I sent to my colleagues at Intel at couple of weeks ago when I resigned.  The response was overwhelming!  I received so many personal notes of support, gratitude, recollections of past adventures, and many thanks.  The flood of m...

Binance Suffers $40 Million Hack

8 May 2019 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist

Yesterday, the Binance cryptocurrency exchange notified customers that they were a victim of a serious hack.  Some services were temporarily offline and an investigation is underway.  This is the latest in a troubling trend in the cryptocurrency wor...

Will a Lack of Ethics Doom Artificial Intelligence?

6 May 2019 3 minute read Matthew Rosenquist

If there was ever a time that ethics should be formally applied to technology, it is with the emergence of Artificial Intelligence. Yet most of the big AI companies struggle with what should seem a simple task: defining ethics for the use of their p...

Should Exploit Code be Published When Vulnerabilities are Made Public?

19 Apr 2019 3 minute read Matthew Rosenquist

On the heels of a recent report from Kaspersky Labs, discussions among security professionals have been stirred-up regarding the risks of publishing proof-of-concept code that may be helping hackers more than benefiting security. The topic has histo...

Technology Transformation for 2019

17 Apr 2019 5 minute read Matthew Rosenquist

Digital technology continues to connect and enrich the lives of people all over the globe and is transforming the tools of everyday life, but there are risks accompanying the tremendous benefits. Entire markets are committed and reliant on digital t...

Invitation to Innovators for Voting Technology Security

16 Apr 2019 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist

Protecting our election infrastructure is crucial, yet security is lacking. Meaningful change starts with the spark of a great idea. I am looking forward to listening to all the excellent concepts for election security at the upcoming event in Sacra...

Role of the CISO: Top 3 Questions

12 Apr 2019 3 minute read Matthew Rosenquist

The role of Chief Information Security Officers (CISO) is evolving and requires a complex skill set. Long perceived as cost center that constrains the business in order to reduce losses from cyberattacks and to meet regulatory compliance, cybersecur...

When the Wrong Person Leads Cybersecurity

10 Apr 2019 7 minute read Matthew Rosenquist

Succeeding at managing cybersecurity risks is tremendously difficult even for seasoned professionals. To make situations worse, poorly suited people are often chosen to lead security organizations, bringing about disastrous results. This has contrib...