Category Archives: InfoSec

A Quick Overview of Verizon 2015 DBIR – DBIR15

The Verizon 2015 DBIR just released today, and as someone said. It is “the best” DBIR ever. The report provides a number of important findings and new data analysis especially around the cost of data breaches. The report contains analysis … Continue reading

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A take on information security reports

There are almost as many information security reports out there as the number of security vendors. Keeping up to date about these reports could be a challenge and sometimes these reports may become an information overload for security professionals. Verizon … Continue reading

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Using SWOT Analysis to Create InfoSec Strategy

SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis is an industry standard way of analyzing current situation (marketing, business strategy, risk assessment, etc). In many cases, SWOT analysis provides foundation for creating business strategy. Following is a short description of how we … Continue reading

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The Bare Minimum Business Terminology Every InfoSec Professional Must Know

The role of CISO, and other InfoSec professionals, has morphed into a critical business function. One should expect getting involved in “business” discussion often, and at higher levels. Understanding and speaking business language is more important than ever for success … Continue reading

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