I have a personal, and I think (of course) the ultimate, information security metric: Mean Time Between Horrifying Discovery (MTBHD). While this may be self evident, there are some subtleties in the definition of MTBHD. The basic idea would simply be
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I’m finally getting around to publishing this out here, but this is a link to my speaking engagement at this year’s (2013) Secure360 conference: http://secure360.org/schedule/culture-trumps-calculation/ I was pleased with the presentation and feedback received from the attendees. They were generally positive, some humorous, and a few constructive. However, the important part is that I was […]
I will be speaking at this year’s Secure360 conference in St. Paul, MN on what I think is an interesting aspect of information security risk management. I’ll be speaking on May 15th, the second day of the conference. My presentation will explore a little about how people make decisions, from group think to type A […]
Geek is a fashion statement, Nerd is a life style.
After my speaking engagement at the Secure360 conference in St. Paul, MN, I participated in Society of Information Risk Analysts’ podcast. The podcast recently went live and you can find it here: Episode 6: Secure360 interviews SIRA’s podcasts have typically been enjoyable and this one is no different. Now, in spirit of “full disclosure”, my […]