What are 10 signs you need to be more direct?

Do you avoid conflict? Do you skirt difficult conversations or uncomfortable situations? How could it help you to be more direct? I discuss in my latest SecurityWeek piece: https://www.securityweek.com/security-practitioners-10-signs-you-need-be-more-direct. Hope you enjoy and find it relevant for improving your security program ... Read More

Can you name 10 ways to close that security sale?

Following on to my last SecurityWeek piece by popular request: Can you name 10 ways to close that security sale? I can: https://www.securityweek.com/10-ways-close-security-sale. Hope you enjoy the piece and find it helpful ... Read More

Pragmatic Security: 20 Signs You Are ‘Boiling the Ocean’

Does your security organization have an ocean boiling problem? I discuss in my latest DarkReading piece: https://www.darkreading.com/threat-intelligence/pragmatic-security-20-signs-you-are-boiling-the-ocean/a/d-id/1331178. I hope you enjoy and find the piece insightful ... Read More

Can you name 10 ways to lose that security sale?

Can you name 10 ways to lose that security sale? I can. My latest in SecurityWeek discusses: https://www.securityweek.com/10-ways-lose-security-sale. Hope you find the piece interesting and informative ... Read More

Automation is a dish best served precisely, no?

Automation is a dish best served precisely, no? I discuss in my latest DarkReading piece: https://www.darkreading.com/operations/20-signs-you-need-to-introduce-automation-into-security-ops/a/d-id/1331005. In the piece, I offer different pinpointed areas within security operations where it may make sense to introduce automation. This is in contrast to how some approach automation, which is to settle on an ... Read More

Did the reaction of the security industry to Meltdown and Spectre rub you the wrong way as well?

Did the reaction of the security industry to Meltdown and Spectre rub you the wrong way as well? I certainly wasn't a big fan of the way the industry responded. I discuss in my latest SecurityWeek piece: http://www.securityweek.com/wanted-actionable-information-practical-advice. Hope you find the piece meaningful and thought provoking ... Read More

Is your security organization busy or productive?

Are you a busy, or a productive security organization? The difference between the two is huge. Curious what I mean? I discuss in my latest DarkReading piece: https://www.darkreading.com/vulnerabilities---threats/in-security-and-life-busy-is-not-a-badge-of-honor/a/d-id/1330818 ... Read More

Do you also feel that solving real security problems isn’t sexy?

Do you also feel that solving real security problems isn't sexy? My latest in @SecurityWeek discusses: http://www.securityweek.com/solving-security-problems-isnt-sexy. I hope you'll find the piece interesting and one that touches on an important point ... Read More

Is you security workflow backwards?

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Is your security workflow backwards? Curious what I could be talking about here? Have a look at my latest DarkReading piece where I discuss this important question: https://www.darkreading.com/risk/is-your-security-workflow-backwards-/a/d-id/1330619 ... Read More

Security is not a technology profession

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Security is not a technology profession. Or at least it shouldn't be, I would argue. I discuss in my latest SecurityWeek piece: http://www.securityweek.com/security-not-technology-profession. Hope you will agree with what, at first, may sound like a provocative statement ... Read More
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