Happy St. Patrick’s Day! For those of you who aren’t into this holiday (for whatever reason), Happy (everyday) Day! This has been a week full of great experiences and awesome conversations with wonderful people. It’s the people we serve who inspire us to work as hard as we do. Here’s a small sampling: Daytona Bike […]
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Happy Tuesday! It’s time to get ready for another episode (#121) of the UNSECURITY Podcast! Not sure if you caught it last week, but there was an open U.S. Senate hearing on Tuesday (2/23). The hearing was titled “Hearing on the Hack of U.S. Networks by a Foreign Adversary” and lasted about two and a […]
Only 46 more days. It’s almost time to start the FRSecure CISSP Mentor Program! As of yesterday (2/23/21), we have more than 3,500 registered students for the 2021 class. That’s awesome! (and a little nuts) For context, we started the program in 2010 with six students. At the time, FRSecure was a teeny startup (3 […]
Hey there. It’s time for another episode of the UNSECURITY Podcast, and we’ve got a special guest joining us this week! Too many things going on to mention right now. Cool things going on at FRSecure and SecurityStudio, but I haven’t really had the time to process it all yet. In my last meeting of […]
OK, we’re back to writing UNSECURITY Podcast show notes. We took eight weeks off from writing show notes because it was a little tedious and we weren’t sure if anyone cared that much anyway. Turns out people care about the show notes, read them, and they want them back! To make things less tedious and […]
Learning the ABCs is important to understanding the English language, and the ABCs of Information Security are important for understanding the basic concepts in information (and people) protection. These ABCs are written as education for people who don’t speak information security natively and serve as good reminders for those of us already fluent in this […]
If you work in this field (information security) long enough, burn out is something you’re sure to encounter. You will fight against burn out yourself, meet somebody who is on the verge of burn out, or sadly, meet someone who has already burned out. We work our asses off. The hours are long. The stress […]
In kindergarten (or thereabouts) we learned the ABCs of the English language (assuming we’re from the U.S.). Learning the ABCs provided the foundation necessary to form words. Before long, words became sentences, sentences became paragraphs, and paragraphs became chapters, reports and books. The ABCs of Information Security are important in much the same way the […]
The ABCs of Information Security Learning the ABCs is important to understanding the English language, and the ABCs of Information Security are important for understanding the basic concepts in information (and people) protection. These ABCs are written as education for people who don’t speak information security natively and serve as good reminders for those of […]