How to Enable BYOI in 1-2-3
I find myself really interested in users driving changes in security today, especially when it comes to IAM. You've heard the acronyms - BYOI, BYOD. You've heard the term "the consumerization of IT." How can you, as a security professional, turn these to your advantage as opposed to something that is forced upon you?
Watch Your Language: How Security Professionals Miscommunicate About Risk
What a joy it is to be understood! Yet many security professionals find it difficult to be understood by the business decision-makers they are trying to advise.
Tom Weldon Named 2014 CRN Channel Chief
Each year, CRN, a global channel publication, recognizes executives across IT channel programs worldwide that have played a pivotal role in fostering key partner relationships and ultimately growing the channel business within their organization. These executives are known as the CRN Channel Chiefs, selected based on criteria including channel sales experience, program innovations, revenue growth, and their role in advocating the importance of IT channel sales. I am happy to announce that our very own Tom Weldon has been recognized as one of the 2014 CRN Channel Chiefs.
An Impassioned Perspective
As someone who speaks at many conferences and hears (and gives) many keynotes, I was struck by the extraordinary passion and commitment in Art Coviello’s keynote at RSA Conference US last week. His call to action certainly echoed his keynotes of the past several conferences, in his conviction that we – all of us –...
The Rise of the Digital Vigilante
The Guy Fawkes mask that the modern digital vigilante employs has a storied history. November 5 in Great Britain is Guy Fawkes night, which celebrates the failed assassination attempt on the Protestant King James I in 1605 by a small group of Catholic vigilantes. The plan, called the Gunpowder Plot, was to blow up the House of Lords and re-install a Catholic monarch to the throne, with the hope of increasing religious tolerance for the minority Catholics. Though the effort failed, Guy Fawkes who was one of the primary conspirators, soon became a symbol of protest, vigilantism, and anti-government/anti-establishment efforts.