Stay Classy, San Diego!

Stay Classy, San Diego!

What was popular in February? RSA Conference was absolutely awesome this year. Not only was it packed, but the types of conversations we were having were much more security sounding (and less compliance sounding). Even the vendors on the edges (which is where the really good stuff is) talked about how valuable the show was for them.

Here are the five most popular posts from last month:

  1. PCI Comliance For… The manuscript for the latest revision of the book is now complete! Here I reflect on a chapter I wrote about PCI Compliance for the Small Business.
  2. RSA Conference 2012, Are You Ready? I hope you made it out to RSA Conference this year. The buzz and excitement around the event of 20,000+ attendees was electric!
  3. Where is your Chaos Monkey? This one is in the top five for the fifth month in a row! I absolutely love that this concept is being discussed as a reality in Information Security circles. Is your company’s culture prepared to deal with incidents? Netflix has one, where’s yours?
  4. Security Personae, the Troll. If you were at RSA Conference, you no doubt saw the signs around the RSA booth to find your Security Personae. iPads and TVs were given away! Here’s one of the five personae.
  5. A Conversation with MasterCard. This one popped back up last month. After the 2011 Community Meeting, I met with John Verdeschi to discuss some of the MasterCard specific programs around PCI DSS.

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