Monthly Archives: October 2014

Cigars

I realized I haven’t been living up to the full name of this site lately. Here’s what’s on the menu for this weekend!

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The Threat & Vulnerability Management Maturity Model Arrives

If you follow my blog, you know the Threat & Vulnerability Management Maturity Model has been in the works for a while now. I’m happy to report the full model has finally been published in Core Security’s latest white paper. What’s … Continue reading

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The Burj Khalifa

On Saturday evening I went up to the top of the Burj Khalifa. If you aren’t sure what I mean, the Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world. It’s 2772 feet high (830 meters). The observation deck itself is … Continue reading

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23 Years is a Long Time

I woke up in the Middle East this morning. In Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, to be precise. This isn’t the first time I have been in the Middle East. I’ve been to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Egypt and … Continue reading

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Another Preventable Breach

Another entry in the “Preventable Breach” and “We could have prevented this” columns. This appears to be all about change and configuration management. An area that really needs some work, clearly. Brian Krebs announced last night that there has been a … Continue reading

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Year One

It’s the end of Year One at Core Security. Time really flies when you’re having fun. I’ve been here for 12 months now, and a couple days, and I guess I should do the “looking back after the first year” … Continue reading

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