Security Innovation Network SINET 16 Application Process Now Open


We have previously written about the Security Innovation Network (SINET) and the yearly SINET Showcase.  This is a group every technology firm should have some familiarity with now. Startups should track SINET as a way to learn and perhaps expose your technology to the community. Established security firms should track SINET to learn of emerging […]

Summary from the 30 July Analyst Forum


Editor’s note: On Wednesday 30 July 2014 analysts, executives and technologists gathered at our Analyst Forum, an event established by a partnership between AnalystOne and the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) to help share lessons learned across multiple sectors of the economy, including finance, healthcare, law enforcement, emergency response, scientific research, ecommerce, IT, intelligence, and the military. […]

Tapping Global Threat Intelligence To Secure Enterprise Networks


Tapping Global Threat Intelligence To Secure Enterprise Networks Cyber Security Symposium August 27, 2014 | 11 AM -1:30 PM EST Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Arlington, VA For more and to register see: On July 9, 2014, the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) passed the Senate Intelligence Committee in a 12-3 vote. The legislation encourages threat information […]

Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute CERT Insider Threat Program Manager Certification

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The Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute is a national treasure. One of the great bastions of the discipline of enterprise grade software engineering. This is the home to the first computer emergency response team (CERT), a group formed with DoD funding to enhance the coordination of computer emergency response teams in the wake of the […]

More Questions than Answers from Data Breach Report


The American media has never paid more attention to data breaches and cybersecurity than it does today. Major breaches in the last year – at large companies like Target and eBay – have made information security discussions more worrying and more widespread, albeit still not universally understood. On August 5th, Nicole Perlroth and David Gelles […]

Work-Bench Security Summit 30 Sep in NYC: Invite-only, but here is how to get engaged and invited


Work-Bench is a technology accelerator. Specifically they accelerate enterprise technologies, which makes them especially interesting. This group should be tracked closely by any enterprise technologist. Sign up for their newsletter here and follow them on Twitter at @work_bench. Work-Bench articulates what they do like this: We scale enterprise technology companies by providing community and workspace, […]