Monthly Archives: June 2013

Gartner Security Summit Keynote

Paul Proctor got on stage and captured the attention of 2400 security professionals. He lampooned the NSA, brought the ghosts of security on stage and even highlighted my organization for the changes we’ve been able to accomplish. Key themes: BYOD, … Continue reading

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All Your Data Are Belong To US

It has become very apparent that something security and privacy professionals have talked about for a long time has become quite real. And I think there’s really no putting the genie back in the bottle, either, sadly. Basically, once there … Continue reading

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Off to DC and Gartner

The timing seems fortuitous …. I’m sitting in the Alaska Air lounge, waiting to board my flight for DC so that I can attend the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit. With all of the revelations last week showing us … Continue reading

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Interesting Learning At CITE13

Okay, here’s a first thought from CITE Conference & Expo 2013. People doing consumer technology in the enterprise take security seriously. Much more seriously, in my opinion, than the average IT guy does, certainly. Not only that, but you guys … Continue reading

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Initial Take From CITE 2013

I spent yesterday and today at the CITE Conference & Expo in San Francisco. It was really a very good conference dealing with the immense change that consumer technology is bringing to the business, the enterprise and information technology. It … Continue reading

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CITE 2013 Presentation on Mobility, BYOD, etc.

My presentation at the 2013 CITE Conference & Expo. If you didn’t know before this, now you do. I am a heretic when it comes to cloud, consumer devices, BYOD and …. well many things. I am reasonably sure on … Continue reading

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What I Did This Weekend

On Friday our dryer died. Totally dead, won’t turn on, makes no noise, etc. Motor is burnt out, I suppose. We’ve repaired it twice … it’s time to get a new one. While we are at it, my wife wants … Continue reading

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