Oct 21 2014
I’ve been blogging for some other sources lately. It’s interesting to be creating articles for someone other than myself, because I put more thought into it and spend more time trying to organize my thoughts and outline the article before I put virtual pen to paper. I’m writing for IBM’s Security Intelligence blog (they’re an Akamai partner) and InfoSecurity Magazine regularly and contributing to other venues as opportunity comes up and time allows. Blog post, articles, webinars, presentations, or just shooting the breeze about security, I do it all.
- Don’t Track My Children – Title’s pretty self-explanatory. I don’t want my children to be subject to constant tracking and observation just to go to school.
- How to Present Security Topics to a Non-security Audience – I wrote this after I had the privilege of presenting at a Cloud event in Prague last month.
- Why is “Security Intelligence” so Hard – Marketing teams call their products ‘security intelligence’, but the reality is most of the products barely rise to the level of information, let alone intelligence. It’s a pet peeve and I feed it often.
- Heartbleed and Shellshock: The New Norm in Vulnerabilities – I’ve been talking to a lot of my co-workers lately and we all expect there to be more vulnerabilities of this level in the near future. On the other hand, I’ve gotten feedback from people basically stating this isn’t anything new, it’s just that the latest vulnerabilities have better PR and logos. You have to love logos.
- Setting a Dangerous Precedent: It’s Foreign – Where in I posit that the US and UK governments are setting a dangerous standard by saying it’s okay for them to hack foreign computers in pursuit of criminals because it lets other governments do the same.
More coming, but I thought I’d give you a wrap of my recent posts, just in case you missed them. Am I my own link bait?