Last week I had the amazing opportunity to be part of the RSA Keynote panel on protecting kids online. The goal of the panel was to raise awareness of the risks kids face online today, but also just as importantly what we can do about it. I've been actively presenting around the world for … Continue reading RSA Panel: Protecting Our Youth from the Wolves of Cyberspace
Editor's Note: SANS & NH-ISAC have just released the whitepaper: The What, Where and How of Protecting Healthcare Data by authors James Tarala and Kelli K Tarala. Below is an excerpt, the full paper is available for download at: http://www.sans.org/u/3fO. A healthcare organization is responsible for protecting a patient's most private information; their medical record. … Continue reading Target: Healthcare Organization
A theme I sometimes hear from people in the the security community is you can't patch stupid. That "End Users" are too dumb or ignorant to be secured. Wow, I can't think of a more unfounded, prejudice statement. First, "End Users" are people like you and me, so I suggest we start calling them that. … Continue reading Can't Patch Stupidity? Look in the Mirror
Editor's Note: Today's post is from Eric Johnson. Eric is a Senior Security Consultant at Cypress Data Defense and the Application Security Curriculum Product Manager at SANS. In this post Eric replies to a question about what SDLC is and where people can learn more. In a previous post, Beeker posted the comment, "What is … Continue reading Securing the Software Development Lifecycle
Folks, I'm pumped to be part of something new at RSA this year, an event focusing on how the security community can best reach out to and help secure today's kids. I'll be part of a keynote panel with some absolutely amazing other folks to include Alicia Kozakiewicz (if you don't know who that is, … Continue reading What Ideas do You Have to Secure Today's Kids?