I often field questions about what certain news stories mean in general and to the person asking me. These questions tend to include “what should I do” followed by “is that what you’re doing?” First – As the About page states, these are my views and not indicative of any employer or any other associate… Continue reading Why One Hack Is Different From Another For Consumers
This podcast is for both seasoned information security professionals and those who desiring a career in infosec, risk management or privacy. To that end there are agencies that can be beneficial for those at the beginning of their careers or those who are interested in more peer and community engagement. There are various roles… Continue reading Professional Organizations – How to Connect & What They Offer
Thoughts on Information Security and Risk Management in an Agile Culture Narrated slidedeck from a presentation given at the Chattanooga chapter of ISSA. In keeping with the Ides of March timing of the presentation, I chose to model my analogy to include references to Julius Caesar and Mark Antony.
Identification is a process whereby an identity claim is made and evaluated. Organic Operations Humans do this very naturally when we learn one another’s look, voice, walk and other mannerisms. The more intimately we know someone the more difficult it is to forge or impersonate that identity in our presence. The complexity of identification is compounded… Continue reading Identification Performed by Humans
SecureID News reports that Disneys MagicBand IDs are a great success, having been used by some 80,000 attendees in 2014. The enhancement cost $1 billion and should open new revenue streams or enhance existing ones by EoY, 2014. I would expect an interesting increase in traffic over Disney’s backbone to keep up with near real-time response needed… Continue reading Disney Identity Starts With 80,000 Customers