It’s alive! If you are one of the forward-thinking people who took us over our target of 10 pre-orders for The Definitive Guide to The Agile Security System™, then I thank you for your help and support for validating that there was indeed interest in putting this together. So the good news for you is […]
Is your security architecture as useless as tits on a boar hog?
One of the other big problems I see when I’m working with clients and customers that’s a lack of discipline with how they structure their risk assessments. They’re all over the place, and they smack of all the problems we talk about during the SABSA Foundation course: They’re highly subjective They vary greatly in structure […]
Dispelling the mists of SABSA misperception
It was a dark and stormy ni—well, not really. Here in Cape Town, it’s kinda still bright, it’s warm, with a light breeze, and the trick-or-treaters are walking the streets, scooping up their treasures from the rows of houses in our neighborhood. My son’s super excited because he has “customers” come to the door, so […]
Who’s afraid of Security Ghosts and Ghouls?
In my inbox this morning was from a fellow email subscriber and buyer of the upcoming Definitive Guide to The Agile Security System™ where he was talking about experiencing first hand the value of using SABSA attributes tailored to your stakeholders. However, he also mentioned the quite common challenge of getting people to listen to […]
Seat belts save lives, but does the CSF?
According to the WHO, the effectiveness of seat belts in worldwide studies is about 50% in avoiding the loss of life during a car crash. This is pretty concrete, and the studies have been validated since the ‘60s in some form or another, so there’s a pretty high confidence in that probability. However, our friend, […]
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