I’m not completely sure why, but I’ve been holding off writing this post for a couple months now. Maybe, in part, I didn’t want to jinx myself. Maybe, in part, I didn’t want to open myself up to criticism or ridicule for Yet Another Job Change in such a short period of time. But… I think the time is now right to more publicly announce and talk about this transition, so here goes…
In mid-June I left Ellucian, where I’d been slamming my head against the wall for several months, and joined New Context as a “security architect” (or, as I put it on LinkedIn, “person of interest”). The title itself is somewhat irrelevant as it’s not overly representative of my current responsibilities, which include biz dev, research / thought leadership, product management, and yes, likely, some consulting.
I plan to provide more updates in the coming months about some of the things I’m working on, such as around our Lean Security business management model, but I’ll hold back on that for now.
In the meantime, if anybody wants to catch-up, or if there’s interesting in bringing us in, please feel free to reach out! New Context has a very senior team that’s very deep in areas like agile software development, DevOps engineering and infrastructure, as well as – of course – security. We have several awesome partners, too (a list that’s constantly growing). If we can’t help you out directly, then it’s very likely we can connect you with someone who can.
This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Ben Tomhave. Read the original post at: The Falcon's View