Monthly Archives: October 2012

Common Sense Requires No Policy

As a Senior Information Security professional I am often asked if we should have a policy that requires our Business Community members to do “X”.  In many of these cases the person is asking for a policy to be written … Continue reading

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Action, Not Inaction is What Being a Leader is All About

In Model-Netics methodology by Main Event Management you are taken through a management course that makes use of standard and what some would call common sense management rules to demonstrate and teach how to handle a lot of the items … Continue reading

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Building the Information Assurance Program

In 1948 in his book “The Seven Story Mountain”, Thomas Merton wrote “Success – the logic of worldly success rests on a fallacy:  the strange error that our perfection depends on the thought and opinions and applause of other men.” … Continue reading

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Non-Expiring Passwords for C Level Employees. Really?

So, the other day while teaching my Online Course in Computer Security for the University of Advancing technologies I had a student ask me what they should do if their CFO asked to have an unexpiring password in a publicly … Continue reading

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Wow! My own webpage

My own webpage, who would have ever thought it?  I know back in the 8th grade when they gave us some sort of “here’s what you have the ability to be in your life” test and mine came back that … Continue reading

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