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Pragmatic Security: 20 Signs You Are 'Boiling the Ocean'
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josh@idrra.com
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3/14/2018 | 3:21:44 PM
Re: Content stagnation
Thank you Daniel - glad the piece resonated with you.
DonT183
DonT183,
User Rank: Black Belt
3/14/2018 | 2:58:53 PM
Resolving the impasse might be less fun
I would be glad to help you collect solutions to the impasse, but documenting the problem might be more fun.
DonT183
DonT183,
User Rank: Black Belt
3/14/2018 | 2:57:11 PM
Solving the impasse
I would be very glad to help you collect solutions to the impasse.  True, feeling hopeless and complaining is more fun that solving it.

 

Don
cybersecurity07
cybersecurity07,
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3/12/2018 | 7:27:46 AM
Is This Beginning of War in Cyber Space ?


Indian Cyber Army In Talk With News Line on Cyber Space War One click of a hacker can easily undo years of handwork of any organisation, without the need to cross the border. Stealing confidential information, intellectual property and financial data is extremely harmful and paralyses the country's economy. The point to ponder upon is: What if the Indian government supports these patriotic cyber security personnel to provide Information security awareness to contribute to protect the national cyber infrastructure without any monetary benefit?

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josh@idrra.com
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3/11/2018 | 6:47:07 AM
Re: Great Article
Thank you Menny.
josh@idrra.com
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3/11/2018 | 6:46:22 AM
Re: Great article
Best of luck with the situation.
josh@idrra.com
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3/11/2018 | 6:44:36 AM
Re: Clear and consise
Thank you - very much appreciate your comment.
daniel.smallwood
daniel.smallwood,
User Rank: Author
3/9/2018 | 5:14:31 PM
Content stagnation
Great article, many of these 'signs' resonated with me.  In paticular: Stagnant on content development

In my prior SOC roles I like to think of creating 'Security Context' type content.  This would be content that didn't report to be an alert, but instead help support an investigation.  (Low severity events)

Great stuff!  Thanks Josh!
smith2128
smith2128,
User Rank: Author
3/8/2018 | 10:44:42 PM
Clear and consise
What a great summary.  The facts are clear and consise and hopefully many will take note and action!
KennethD292
KennethD292,
User Rank: Strategist
3/8/2018 | 1:47:19 PM
Great article
Thatnks for describing perfectly the situation I am stepping in to.
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