One of the sad realities we saw in spades at the RSA Conference this year was users’ lack of knowledge and caring about security. That carelessness towards security manifests itself through really annoying security requests.
In an effort to learn how annoying these ‘dumb user questions’ can be, I asked attendees at the RSA Conference, “As a security professional, what’s the most annoying request you’ve ever received?”
Make sure you watch to the end. The last one is a doozy…
Watch for more video interviews from David Spark with an array of subject matter experts on a wide variety of security-related issues that are key to the decisions you will be facing as the year rolls on.
If you missed the RSAC event, the following articles provide summaries and reviews by attendees of some of the more popular sessions that were available, as well as review of the Cloud Security Alliance event:
- RSA Conference: Day One Highlights
- Day Two Highlights from the RSA Conference
- RSA Conference: Day Three Highlights
- Highlights for the RSA Conference Day Four
- RSA Conference 2014: End of Show Report
- Cloud Security Alliance Summit 2014: In Global Clouds We Trust?
The Executive’s Guide to the Top 20 Critical Security Controls
Tripwire has compiled an e-book, titled The Executive’s Guide to the Top 20 Critical Security Controls: Key Takeaways and Improvement Opportunities, which is available for download [registration form required].
Definitive Guide to Attack Surface Analytics
Also: Pre-register today for a complimentary hardcopy or e-copy of the forthcoming Definitive Guide™ to Attack Surface Analytics. You will also gain access to exclusive, unpublished content as it becomes available.
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