Archive for the “BCI” category

Seeking a technical leader for my new company

by adam on July 30, 2015

We have a new way to measure security effectiveness, and want someone who’ll drive to delivering the technology to customers, while building a great place for developers to ship and deploy important technology. We are very early in the building (…)

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Improving Security Effectiveness

by adam on July 16, 2015

For the last few months, I’ve been working full time and talking with colleagues about a new way for security executives to measure the effectiveness of security programs. In very important ways, the ideas are new and non-obvious, and at (…)

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The New Cyber Agency Will Likely Cyber Fail

by adam on February 10, 2015

The Washington Post reports that there will be a “New agency to sniff out threats in cyberspace.” This is my first analysis of what’s been made public. Details are not fully released, but there are some obvious problems, which include: (…)

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What CSOs can Learn from Pete Carroll

by adam on February 6, 2015

If you listen to the security echo chamber, after an embarrassing failure like a data breach, you lose your job, right? Let’s look at Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll, who made what the home town paper called the “Worst Play Call (…)

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