Insight 6/2/2020: Walking Their Path

Insight 6/2/2020: Walking Their Path

Posted under: Insight Between Mira and I, we have 5 teenagers. For better or worse, the teenage experience of the kids this year looks quite a bit different; thanks COVID! They haven’t really been able to go anywhere, and although things are loosening up a bit here in Atlanta, we’ve ... Read More
Data Security in the SaaS Age: Rethinking Data Security

Data Security in the SaaS Age: Rethinking Data Security

Posted under: Research and Analysis Securosis has a long history of following and publishing on data security. Rich was the lead analyst on DLP about a zillion years ago during his time with Gartner. And when Securosis first got going (even before Mike joined), it was on the back of ... Read More
Insight 5/27/2020: Samson

Insight 5/27/2020: Samson

Posted under: Insight Do you ever play those wacky question games with your friends? You know, where the questions try to embarrass you and make you say silly things? I was never much of a game player, but sometimes it’s fun. At some point in every game, a question about ... Read More
Insight 5/14/2020: Hugs

Insight 5/14/2020: Hugs

Posted under: Insight The pandemic is hard on everyone. (says the Master of the Obvious) It’s a combination of things. There are layers of fear — both from the standpoint of the health impact, as well as the financial challenges facing so many. We cannot underestimate the human toll, and ... Read More
Insight 5/4/2020: Confessions

Insight 5/4/2020: Confessions

Posted under: Insight It’s a sunny late spring day. Mike steps into the dank building and can smell the must. It feels old but familiar. Strangely familiar. The building looks the same, but he knows it’s different. Too much time has passed. He steps into the confessional and starts to ... Read More

Understanding COVID, ARDS, and Mechanical Ventilation

Posted under: Off-Topic Although this is a security blog, this post has absolutely nothing to do with security. No parallels from medicine, no mindset lessons, just some straight up biology. As many readers know I am a licensed Paramedic. I first certified in the early 1990’s, dropped down to EMT ... Read More

Mastering the Journey—Building Network Manageability and Security for your Path

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Posted under: For Research Library This is the third post in our series, “Network Operations and Security Professionals’ Guide to Managing Public Cloud Journeys”, which we will release as a white paper after we complete the draft and have some time for public feedback. You might want to start with ... Read More

Defining the Journey—the Four Cloud Adoption Patterns

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Posted under: For Research Library This is the second post in our series, “Network Operations and Security Professionals’ Guide to Managing Public Cloud Journeys”, which we will release as a white paper after we complete the draft and have some time for public feedback. You might want to start with ... Read More

Your Cloud Journeys is Unique, but Not Unknown

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Posted under: For Research Library This is the first post in a series on “Network Operations and Security Professionals’ Guide to Managing Public Cloud Journeys” which we will release as a white paper after completion and time for public feedback. Special thanks to Gigamon for licensing. As always, the content ... Read More
The TWELFTH Annual Disaster Recovery Breakfast: (IM)MATURITY

The TWELFTH Annual Disaster Recovery Breakfast: (IM)MATURITY

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Posted under: General For Rich and me, it seems like forever that we’ve been doing this cloud thing. We previewed the first CCSK class back at RSAC 2011, so we’re closing in on 10 years of hands-on, in the weeds cloud stuff. It’s fundamentally changed Securosis, and we ended up ... Read More