Security Awareness Programs Are Not just For Compliance


I see a significant gap in not only how the need for Security Awareness training is perceived as needed but also in the general quality of the programs and training delivered vs other types of training.  In many cases small companies avoid security awareness training due to ignorance, cost fears, or fears it will stifle [...]



By | January 16th, 2014|David Monahan, IT Management, Security|0 Comments

Introduction and Thoughts About Recent Surveillance “Revelations”


Hello everyone!  I have been at Enterprise Management Associates for a couple of months now and decided that it is time to write an introduction and blog.  For those of you who have been following the blog from Scott Crawford, I hope you will find my blogs stimulating and possibly entertaining.  I tend to throw [...]



By | January 16th, 2014|David Monahan, IT Management, Security|0 Comments

Security and Big Data: Two Sore Points and Seven Questions


There’s no question that the intersections of Big Data and security have grabbed a lot of attention in the year-plus since I’ve been blogging on this topic. Indeed, it seems that Big Data will be one of the major focus areas at the RSA Conference a month hence: I count at least three sessions and [...]



By | February 2nd, 2012|Application Management, IT Management, Scott Crawford|0 Comments

Verizon Publishes its VERIS Community Application


The Verizon RISK team have just published their VERIS community application. Structured on the VERIS (Verizon Enterprise Risk and Incident Sharing) framework, this application is a tool they have made available to extend to anyone the ability to contribute information on data breach incidents, to enrich the already considerable body of breach data Verizon has [...]



By | November 11th, 2010|Scott Crawford|0 Comments
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