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Demand Security from your Vendors

Demande Security from your Vendors. Ask the right “Security Questions.” This provides a list of questions that anyone can use with their vendors to get a better understanding of their security capabilities. Start meaningful “Security Conversations.”

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The “Practical Security Checklist” – Part 2.1

This is part “2.1” of a multipart post to help organizations take security action. Stay tuned for next week’s practical security checklist item. Board members, CxOs, and professionals are saturated with security advice. This security advice is often confusing, contradictory, and always biased toward “buying something.” “Good security advice saturation” results in paralysis of action. Read More

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Are you ready for the next attack? (Part 1)

As many of my colleagues know, I’m constantly on the look out for tools that would help my peers in all networks find ways to mitigate the security risk in their operations. At MYNOG 5 (www.mynog.org) I reviewed the latest tool, a checklist operators can use to prepare their network for before the next security Read More

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“Getting the Right People on the Bus” Finding Staff with that Internet Spirit

Top Telecom Companies need people who are can ride the wave of change. Long live the Internet. The Internet Model now dominates all of telecommunications. The Internet’s End-to-End Model puts customers first. It is a model that empowers  customers to drive the change in telecommunications. Telecommunications need to convert to “IP thinking” to succeed. They Read More