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Mar
27/15
The Official RSA Conference Guide by Industry’s Top Snarkers
Last Updated on Friday, 27 March 2015 07:03
Written by jj
Friday, March 27th, 2015
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Sure, sure — you can check out the voluminous agenda and event catalogs detailing what you’ll find at RSA this year. But to get the real scoop on “where the world talks security”, you need an insider’s view, and the most accurate, full-featured, and entertaining take on the world’s largest security conference comes from us. Head over to the RSA Conference Blog site and soak in all the blogs you can find from the Securosis Team.

I’m delighted and honored to join my colleagues in contributing to this year’s conference Official (Unofficial) RSA Conference Guide. Like Rich said, I still can’t believe RSA gave us a mile-long leash; I’m looking around in disbelief, waiting for posts to disappear from the site. (more…)

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Feb
04/10
Contribute: Join the Securosis User Panel
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 February 2010 06:19
Written by jj
Thursday, February 4th, 2010
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Hi everyone. Some of my friends over at Securoris are putting together what I’m sure will prove to be an insightful user panel to participate in information security discussions and surveys. As part of the user panel, you will have access to the data results; all the goodness, no marketing crap.

If you read my blog, you’re probably just the kind of person they need. Please read the info below, visit the Securoris site and join the panel by emailing survey <at> securosis.com if you’re interested.

From the Securosis Post:

Need Brains. User Brains

As part of our support for the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), we participate in their survey program which runs quarterly polls on various application security issues. The idea is to survey a group of users to gain a better understanding of how they are managing or perceiving web application security.

We also occasionally run our own surveys to support research projects, such as Project Quant. All these results are released free to the public, and if we’re running the survey ourselves we also release the raw anonymized data.

One of our ongoing problems is getting together a good group of qualified respondents. It’s the toughest part of running any survey. Although we post most of our surveys directly in the blog, we would also like to run some closed surveys so we can maintain consistency over time.

We are going to try putting together a survey board of people in end user organizations (we may also add a vendor list later) who are willing to participate in the occasional survey. There would be no marketing to this list, and no more than 1-2 short (10 minutes or less is our target) surveys per quarter. All responses will be kept completely anonymous (we’re trying to set it up to scrub the data as we collect it), and we will return the favor to the community by releasing the results and raw data wherever possible. We’re also working on other ideas to give back to participants — such as access to pre-release research, or maybe even free Q&A emails/calls if you need some advice on something.

No marketing. No spin. Free data.*

If you are interested please send an email to survey@securosis.com and we’ll start building the list. We will never use any email addresses sent to this project for anything other than these occasional short surveys. Private data will never be shared with any outside organization.

We obviously need to hit a certain number of participants to make this meaningful, so please spread the word.

*Obviously we get some marketing for ourselves out of publishing data, but hopefully you don’t consider that evil or slimy.

—Rich

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Jan
14/10
More not-to-be-missed RSA 2010 Sessions
Last Updated on Saturday, 28 January 2012 07:03
Written by jj
Thursday, January 14th, 2010
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In addition to the oh-so-exciting session I’m hosting, several friends and colleagues are hosting other sessions at RSA 2010 you don’t want to miss. 

What other sessions are on your ‘don’t miss’ list?  (more…)

Mar
25/09
Social Security Awards- Don’t be a hanging chad
Last Updated on Saturday, 28 January 2012 07:09
Written by jj
Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
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So, maybe you’re a swinging chad or a tri-chad, and have several blogs you want to vote for? That’s fine. Just don’t be as indecisive as a pregnant chad- nobody likes a pregnant chad.  (more…)

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Feb
09/09
Merging NAC & NAP at Infosec World
Last Updated on Saturday, 28 January 2012 06:47
Written by jj
Monday, February 9th, 2009
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The first major conference I’ll be speaking at in 2009 is the Infosec World 2009, put on by Misti and surrounded by a host of additional summits, trainings and workshops. (more…)

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