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 addresses consumer devices like the iPhone, MacBooks, Samsung tablets and so forth, but also cloud consumer services like Dropbox and how to bring all of this in to your enterprise reliably.

I will have more to say tomorrow or Thursday. Meanwhile, you can find out what people think by reading the Twitter hashtag, which includes my own thoughts: #cite13

Also, at some point, @bmkatz will have a podcast interview with me posted. Look for it!


About Eric Cowperthwaite

Nearly 30 year security professional, 11 years in the US Army, and another 18 in the civilian world. Worked for EDS for 9 years, then for Providence Health & Services as their CSO for 7 years. Now I work for CORE Security as their VP, Advanced Security & Strategy. This blog is not just about security, either physical or information. You can expect to read about cigars, my life, things I think are funny and much more. And I will rail about the FUD that so many security practitioners toss around on a regular basis. Plus, once in a great while, I might actually share a thought or two about security. Did I mention that I will probably blog about cigars? Just to be clear, nothing that I write here represents the position or opinion of my employer. Nothing I write here is proprietary or confidential to my employer. Everything I write here is my personal opinion.
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