An ‘inkling’ may sound like a wee bit of writing, but it means you know more than was written…..
A while ago we posted about the ‘Joy of Stats’ which looked at the value of Big Data analytics and also noted that we must rationalise automated outputs to ensure we don’t assume that Swedes have 1.7 legs.
Months on, and with the growth in conversation around National Security we must explore a similar topic to find a way to conjugate the concerns of government for protection of critical infrastructure when most critical infrastructure is in the custody of private enterprises, driven by profit linked executive bonuses and shareholder returns. Continue reading »
This year’s AusCERT is a big gig for the team at earthwave, with Andrew Bycroft presenting BYOD -Bring Your Own Disaster to the main conference on day 2 and having been reprogrammed, will be making controversial and incisive comments at the ZDNet BYO Disaster panel session on day 2.
Simon Ractliffe will be hosting the Executive Program on Tuesday 14th and will also be presenting Effective Boardroom Conversations to highlight tried and tested approaches to securing the appropriate budgets and activity required to secure critical assets from denial of service, theft and misuse. The Executive Program brings “world-renowned cyber security experts together with the heads of major Australian organisations, to discuss the management issues of information security, run through hypothetical scenarios, and plan strategies for tackling the overall security of your IT environment”
This year the team attending AusCERT will be bigger than ever, and we will be leaping in to AusCERT 2012 Star Wars theme by giving away five R2-D2 Droids to delegates that visit the IDG stand and complete our brief security survey.