Archive | February, 2010

Language of Risk

Why is “The Language of Risk” so important right now?  What are the drivers for Business and Security to speak the same language?  The answer is change: massive, fundamental change in both camps. Technology has moved to center stage as a partner in business enablement, and has brought along its associated risks.  IT and IT […]

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Information Security as a PSF

Can security operations be run as though it were a Professional Services Firm (PSF)? Management guru and firebrand Tom Peters thinks so, and so do I. I first read Tom’s book, “The Professional Services Firm 50″, when it first came out, back in 1999. And I have to say, after spending the first few years […]

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(ISC)2 Secure San Antonio 2010

(ISC)2 Secure San Antonio 2010

Don’t miss this chance to hear Brightfly’s Managing Director of Research, Brandon Dunlap, present exciting new research as part of (ISC)2‘s 2010 Security Leadership Series. Building on the work of University of Connecticut Asst. Professor Robert Bird, Brightfly has recently conducted a study into how organizations at the leading (and trailing) edges of maturity are […]

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