Shiny objects

We have said it before, and we’ll probably say it again, but Information Security groups would do a lot better to get better at the basics than to worry about each new threat and chase down every new technology that vendors bring along.

  • December 28 (The old risk of end-user carelessness is much bigger than all the risks pundits put on their predictions of risks for 2010)
  • November 5 (Focus on the nuts and bolts of access control, but don’t succumb to scope creep)
  • October 8 (Think about your activities as a maintaining your key controls rather than the fool’s errand of quantifying risk)
  • June 10 (Ever-expanding security budgets that accommodate these new technologies may be outpacing residual risk)

A new report says the same thing.

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