It seems the above is very much “the question” on the minds of security teams looking to take the CI/CD plunge (or who’ve already jumped in, and are splashing with the sharks without their chain-mail wetsuits). But what does it mean? This “re-architecting” of which you speak? And, just when that young lad in the […]
Afraid up-skilling your security team will train them for their next job?
There’s a negative, cynical and sometimes, unfortunately true idea out there that if you pay for skills development with your security team, you’re throwing money away because people are milking you to help them get their next job. There’s a couple of things to say about this. First, yep. It’s true. And it’s not […]
Never fear, the podcast is here!
I know there are more than a few people who come here and wonder about the lack of current content. I know I talked about this back in November, when I said that if you wanted to get the latest thoughts and topical tips… …you really should use the form on the home page or […]
No, I’m not dead. Read the emails
The other day I got a message from someone who looked at my blog and said something to the effect of: “It looks dead. The last post was from the middle of 2020.” What Captain Obvious didn’t actually realize is that what goes – or rather, went – on this blog is a subset of […]
What to do when your security program has more mice than a science lab
There was a really interesting point in a Cisco survey I read over the last few days that was talking about the overall confidence levels of security leaders regarding their ability to keep their organizations safe. And, actually, it’s something I’ve also seen come up pretty regularly when I talk to security leaders, architects and […]
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