Wednesday Wee One, or tweet-size InfoSec analogy, or #Analogette So I squeaked in on the deadline this time. Got the tweet out this morning, but got distracted and forgot to post it […]
…a potential provider that brags about how comprehensive their due diligence is doesn’t “get it”— it’s about ranking risks and targeting resources where they are needed.
Tis the inaugural tweet-size InfoSec analogy, or #Analogette Yeah, I know it’s not Wednesday, but some **** stole my laptop charger and WordPress is NO fun on a smartphone! At least I […]
Security heads have traditionally been treated a lot like premiership football managers. Reasons for success still mainly a thing of myth and conjecture. Sacked on the strength of a high profile loss, even when performance is incrementally improving.
How do you avoid the situation that Sony currently finds its self in? How do you accurately assess potential loss and the likelihood of that loss occurring to make good security decisions?
Resist ‘Sony Psychosis’, so you don’t lose your head (and 2015 budget) when planning cybersecurity spend…
Infospective’s owner, Sarah Clarke, joins other industry commentators looking at implications of JP Morgan’s 100% hike in planned cyber security spend http://wp.me/p4oO83-LC