Fall 2017 Metrics Update

Posted in Uncategorized on September 11th, 2017 by Rodney

How bad is it?  How would you describe a “woops” – a security incident?  We have a new metric now.  If Brian Krebs calls your security incident response a dumpster fire then you probably really screwed up.  This is not a new term.  The Wall Street Journal documented it in 2016.  IIRC it’s not been used for cyber, before now.

Unannounced Vendor Remote Access? Is that really a good thing?

Posted in Uncategorized on September 10th, 2017 by Rodney

The vendor remotely updated owners’ vehicles.  No warning, no announcement, no text messages.

Is that really a good thing?  Is it ok if your vendor just logs into your site and starts tweaking things?



Speaking at ASIS 2010 Dallas

Posted in Uncategorized, Physical Security Infrastructure on October 11th, 2010 by Rodney

Rodney is speaking at ASIS 2010 (Dallas), Tuesday (Practical Measures…
to Protect your Physical Security Networks, with Ray Bernard) and
Wednesday (Advanced Persistent Threats, with David Morgan.)