Interesting Information Security Bits for 08/12/2009

by kriggins on August 12, 2009

in Interesting Bits

Good afternoon everybody! I hope your day is going well.

Here are today's Interesting Information Security Bits from around the web.

  1. JJ talks to Anuesystems in their interview series. Good stuff.
    Security Pros on Twitter (SPoT): Jennifer Jabbusch/@jjx - The Network View
    Tags: ( interview )
  2. Anton talks about the expert vs generalist issue many in information security are faced with today.
    Anton Chuvakin Blog - "Security Warrior": A Myth of An Expert Generalist
    Tags: ( career )
  3. I'm not sure I agree with the title of Lori's post, but I agree with the sentiment of the post completely. Information Security mandate is not lock it all down. Our job is to ensure that appropriate controls are in place based on informed risk decisions and business need. Sometimes that means things happen that make us cringe, but we cannot force things that make it impossible for the business to function, no matter how "secure" we think that might make us.
    WILS: InfoSec Needs to Focus on Access not Protection
    Tags: ( general )
  4. Richard offers some thoughts on the expert vs generalist topic.
    TaoSecurity: Thoughts on Security Careers
    Tags: ( career )
  5. Some additional information has been published by Mastercard dealing with their recent statements about compliance levels.
    Branden Williams' Security Convergence Blog: MasterCard Clarifies their Position
    Tags: ( pci mastercard )
  6. This post takes a look at whether we need a CBK for the "Human Factor" or not.
    /dev/random >> And What About the Human Factor?
    Tags: ( general )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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