March 2014 Archives

Where I'll Be: Spring/Summer 2014 Events
A quick post... I'll be traveling a bit this Spring and Summer to speak at a number of events. For non-Gartner events, we're actively looking for GTP sales opportunities, so if you've been thinking about getting a subscription to Gartner for Technical Professionals, this could be your chance to meet face-to-face to discuss! :) For Gartner events, I will be available for 1-on-1s, as well as sales support as needed.

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GBN: Discussing RA Methods with CERT

Discussing RA Methods with CERT
In follow-up to our paper, "Comparing Methodologies for IT Risk Assessment and Analysis" (GTP subscription required), Erik Heidt and I were given the wonderful opportunity to be guests on the CERT Podcast to discuss the work.

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Incomplete Thought: The Unbearable "Bear Escape" Analogy
"You don't have to run faster than the bear to get away. You just have to run faster than the guy next to you."
The problem with this analogy is that we're not running from a single bear. It's more like a drone army of bears, which are able to select multiple targets at once (pun intended). As such, there's really no way to escape "the bear" because there's no such thing. And don't get me started on trying to escape the pandas...

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GBN: Join Us! SRMS has an opening!

Join Us! SRMS has an opening!
We're hiring for the Security & Risk Management Strategies (SRMS) team within Gartner for Technical Professionals. Full details here.

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RSA 2014 Round-up: From Predictive Analytics to Denied Taco Service
One of the most challenging aspects of attending RSA each year is not just attending, but also recovering from, RSA each year. :) It occurs to me as I finally get this recap post drafted that it's been almost two weeks since I returned and am only now getting a chance to put virtual pen to virtual paper to share my thoughts from the event. So, here goes... :)

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Fatal Exception Error: The Risk Register
I read this article a few weeks ago and set it aside to revisit. In it, the author states that "Risk management used to be someone else's job." and then later concludes that "...in a global business arena that is increasingly unforgiving when it comes to missteps, the message is clear: Everyone--including you--now has to be a vigilant risk manager." Yes, well, sort of, maybe, kind of... hmmm...

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