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Tag Archives: Donn Parker

Risk and Human Frailty

– My September 12, 2011 BlogInfoSec column “Risk Management – Scoring vs. Monte Carlo vs. Scoring” was about the subjectivity of risk assessments, where the term “subjectivity” was defined as one’s personal view of particular risks. I received some considerable push-back from the likes…

Is Your ID Secur[e]? What’s Your Perceived Risk?

– There has been much publicity surrounding the reporting of a breach of RSA’s systems in March 2011. However, what is more amazing about the breach is that the subsequent attack on Lockheed Martin appeared to come as a complete surprise to so many. But why else would anyone steal information…

All the Way from RSA

– Yes, I know, I know … There I was, just one year ago, roundly criticizing the RSA Conference for its pretentiousness, and this year not only did I attend RSA 2010, but also gave a presentation, conducted a book-signing and did a couple of video interviews and a podcast. So what is going on here?…