SecuraBit Episode 72: Take risks, get owned!

SecuraBit  Episode 72:  Take risks, get owned!
Recorded on December 29, 2010

Hosts:
Anthony Gartner – @anthonygartner http://anthonygartner.com
Chris Gerling  – @chrisgerling
Christopher Mills – @thechrisam
Jason Mueller – @securabit_jay
Andrew Borel – [email protected]_secbit

Guests:
Jack Jones discusses Risk Assessment and the FAIR method http://riskmanagementinsight.com/

General topics:

Risk Management, Small biz vs Enterprise
Monte Carlo?
How to Measure Anything: Finding the Value of Intangibles in Business by Douglas W. Hubbard
http://www.amazon.com/How-Measure-Anything-Intangibles-Business/dp/0470539399/ref=tmm_hrd_title_0

OnePassword – http://agilewebsolutions.com/onepassword
KeePass – http://keepass.info/
LastPass – http://lastpass.com/

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2 responses to “SecuraBit Episode 72: Take risks, get owned!”

  1. Great Episode guys even if it was a little rough on the editing. I have been trying to dip my toes into the Risk Management nightmare and have been having little or no luck at actually producing anything that was meaningful to me. I have been working in IT security long enough that I am getting tired of people (I am one of them) yelling “the sky is falling” and expecting it to always fly as a reason to purchase something or make a sweeping change in the environment. As for Jacks framework and classes I have a feeling I will be trying to swing some training dollars for myself this year. It has definitely peeked my interest.

    Keep the shows coming….

  2. Jay says:

    Eric,

    Thanks for the feedback! It’s definitely hard to get management buy-in from time to time however as emerging threats continue to evolve and become more sophisticated, they’ll eventually have no choice but to invest more heavily in risk management. Keep the feedback coming!

    -Jay

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