Next week is the big and uber-cool RSA security conference. In preparation, I was chatting with Brian Fitzgerald and Nirav Mehta to get a quick synopsis of what they had planned for the show.
Half-jokingly, I asked "what's the big new threat that no one is prepared for?". A lot of the conversation at the RSA Conference is inevitably along those lines, as you'd expect.
In a millisecond, Brian shot back: "APT -- advanced persistent threats".
I had no idea what he was talking about.
He started to explain the basics. I was fascinated, and asked him to send along some more info.
Maybe you'll be fascinated as well -- or at least, maybe a bit concerned?