With apologies to David Letterman, the category today is: Signs Your Encryption Strategy May Have a Problem. Here they are, your Top 10!
Your decryption fails when you can’t remember where you placed the Annie Oakley decoder ring.
The photos of you in your unicorn costume at Comic-Con, yes, THOSE PHOTOS, are being posted on twitter by anonymous.
Managing encryption keys involves sticky notes on your desk and computer.
When you tell your CEO that the company has poor key management, and he fires you for being disrespectful.
Your encryption strategy is the ransomware that the CEO accidentally downloaded.
When you find out that Pig Latin is not a viable encryption strategy.
Your System Administrator installs new software from a compact disc that has "Totally Legit" written on it in sharpie.
Your passcode is 1234.
Your server password list is projected on a big screen as an example during a presentation at the RSA security conference.
And LAST but not LEAST - Number 1:
This is what your encryption key manager looks like:
And those are the Top 10 signs your encryption strategy may have a problem !!!