#100DaysofTruth – Week One

If you follow me on Twitter or LinkedIn, you may have noticed that I started a new campaign. The name of the campaign is #100DaysofTruth, and it’s a pretty simple concept. Each day at 8:00am CDT I’ll post a new truth about information security, one per day. See?! Simple.

I have two reasons for doing the campaign:

  1. I want to educate. Over the years, it’s been a tremendous blessing to see the ways people do things, and they ways they solve problems. I take it for granted some days that I get to steal the cool things that extremely talented people do and make them my own. This is a HUGE benefit to being a consultant! Every single client I meet, every single CISO, is another opportunity to put a cool tool in my bag of tricks. I want to share the wisdom I’ve learned with others.
  2. I want to engage. You will either agree or disagree with what I say. If you agree, let’s reinforce each other’s view and encourage each other. Lord knows, this industry could use more reinforcement of good practice and encouragement. If you disagree, let’s respectfully challenge each other’s views, thoughts, and opinions. I am a believer in diverse perspectives. They lead to the best solutions.

I’m doing the campaign this way because it doesn’t take more than a few minutes each day. Who can’t donate a few minutes each day? Don’t answer that.


Truths From Last Week

The slideshow (below) contains each of the truths from last week as depicted in my Twitter feed.

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Do you agree with the truths or disagree. Follow me and comment to let the world know.

Next week’s truths are already queued up. Have a great week!


I don’t do spam. I don’t eat it and I don’t send it. Not to mention, it’s also illegal!

I’ll write a privacy policy soon (that you won’t read).

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