Posted in Security, tagged Arcsight, CA, Cisco, citrix, HP, IBM, McAfee, Microsoft, PGP, RSA, Symantec, VMWare, Websense on February 26, 2010|
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We all know that IT security and operations is becoming a more challenging and untenable problem day by day – see “Top 10 Reasons Your Security Program Sucks and Why You Can’t Do Anything About it” – The reality is that we continue to build on top of inherently insecure and fundamentally weak foundations, such as the operating systems and routing infrastructures that power much of the global economy.
We need an alternative to the current computing paradigms that all organizations struggle with.
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Posted in Security, tagged 451 group, Aaron Bawcom, Adam Shostack, Adobe Systems, Al HUger, Alex Hutton, Andy Purdy, antivirus, Arbor Networks, Ben Natan, beyond the perimeter, BigFix, Black Hat, Brad Arkin, Charles Dodd, Cisco, Concord Hospital, Conficker, Cyber Command, Dan Philpott, Dave Watson, David Mortman, Defcon, Doug Washburn, Dr. Peter Tippet, Economics, eIQ networks, EMA, EMC, Enterprise Management Associates, FAIR, FCRA, FIPS, FISMA, Forrester Research, Gartner, government security, Guardium, Hackers for Charity, HIPAA, IBM, Immunet, Information Security, ISS, Jack Daniel, Jeff Jones, Jeremiah Grossman, Johnny Long, Jose Nazario, Joshua Corman, Kaiser, Kaspersky, malware, Mark Starry, Mede Finance, Melissa Hathaway, Men in black, Michael Dahn, Michael Santarcangelo, Michael Smith, Microsoft, Mike Rothman, Nick Selby, NICOR, NIST, patch management, Patric Peterson, Paul Roberts, PCI, Peter Kuper, podcast, Project Quant, Reflex systems, Rich Mogull, Rick Wesson, Risk, RSA, Ryan Russell, Sam Curry, Scott Crawford, Scott Johnson, Sean Goings, Security b-sides, Securosis, Situational awareness, stelaing the network, Support Intelligence, TAC Americas, Technical Publishing, Timothy Mullen, Verizon Business Services, Virtualization, virtualizaton, Web Applicaiton Security, White Hat Security on September 21, 2009|
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Not too long ago I embarked on a creating a podcast series that would provide more regularity than the blog. Beyond the Perimeter has been a tremendous amount of fun and as we just posted our 50th podcast I wanted to reflect on some of the highlights and wonderful guests we have been honored to have joined us.
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