Phil Venables is one of the more reflective and thoughtful CSOs out there, and in this era where everything is a tweet or a linkedin post (sigh) you may have missed that Phil has a blog. This Labor day, why not take the time to catch up on his writing?Read More Phil Venables Blogging
Podcast with me by OWASP’s Portland, Oregon Chapter in advance of me speaking at their meeting October 9. You can listen here.Read More OWASP Portland: Talk and Podcast
There’s a really interesting podcast with Robert Hurlbut Chris Romeo and Tony UcedaVelez on the PASTA approach to threat modeling. The whole podcast is interesting, especially hearing Chris and Tony discuss how an organization went from STRIDE to CAPEC and back again. There’s a section where they discuss the idea of “think like an attacker,”…Read More Threat Modeling the PASTA Way
Alan Shimmy has the nominations for the 2014 Social Security bloggers award! New School has been nominated for most entertaining, while Emergent Chaos has been nominated for best representing the security industry and the hall of fame.Read More Please vote for the social security blogger awards!
Remarkably, some software that people host on your behalf, where you have no contract or just a contract of adhesion, can change at any time. This isn’t surprising to those who study economics, as all good New School readers try to do. However, this is a reminder/request that when you move, please resubscribe to New…Read More Google Reader Going Away
We’re honored to be nominated in three categories for the Security Bloggers Awards: Most Educational Most Entertaining Hall of Fame On behalf of all of us who blog here, we’re honored by the nomination, and would like to ask for your vote. We’d also like to urge you to vote for our friends at Securosis…Read More Please vote New School
This is a great video about how much of software engineering runs on folk knowledge about how software is built: “Greg Wilson – What We Actually Know About Software Development, and Why We Believe It’s True” There’s a very strong New School tie here. We need to study what’s being done and how well it…Read More The New School of Software Engineering?
I really enjoyed a conversation with Dave Birch for Consult Hyperion’s “Tomorrow’s Transactions” podcast series. The episode is here. We covered the New School, lessons learned from Zero-Knowledge Systems, and games for security and privacy.Read More New podcast with Dave Birch