Monthly Archives: September 2013

Building CISO Relevance: Written For BitSight

BitSight is a very interesting security startup that is trying to do something we all have wanted for a long time. Their goal is to find ways to actually quantify risk in a measurable, objective way. If they achieve anything … Continue reading

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A New Adventure

As most people in my personal and professional networks know, I am leaving Providence Health & Services for a new job. But, unless I’ve talked directly with you about it, it’s likely that you don’t know WHERE that new job … Continue reading

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Upgraded to iOS7

Yep, I followed along with all the other Apple peeps and upgraded both my iPhone and iPad to iOS7 yesterday. Unlike all the media reports about the insanity of trying to perform the upgrade, I really had no issues. Around … Continue reading

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Presentation At Gartner’s Security Summit in Australia

I had a great (albeit way too short) time in Australia last month. I got to meet some folks, spend some time with old friends and gave the closing guest keynote presentation for the Summit. For those who weren’t there, … Continue reading

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