Cloud Security Auditing With Steampipe

This post talks about how we use different tools to accomplish different tasks in a cloud security context, zooming in […]
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Creating a Security Culture

June 10, 2021
Protecting your company requires a robust security program with documented policies and processes; but without consistent, thorough execution of those […]

5 Quick Wins to Improve Your Security Posture Instantly

May 26, 2021
Because of their size, small companies are especially vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Bad actors looking for quick wins are playing the […]

Email from a Security Researcher

February 23, 2021
Yesterday, for the Nth time, a client had a “security researcher” send an email about a “high-impact” security vulnerability. I’ve […]

Epic Security Failure and Risk

December 17, 2020
All I could do was facepalm after somebody pointed me to an article about how Microsoft unleashed a death star […]

Risk and Threat Modeling with Mind Maps

November 10, 2020
In security we talk a lot about understanding risk. That informs the advice we give and decisions we make. A […]

Lets Talk About Blockchain

October 28, 2020
Let’s talk about Blockchain. I think many people in the security world are already appropriately skeptical of all of the […]

Crush Github Action

October 20, 2020
Everyone is talking about pushing left. I feel like I’ve been talking about Agile Security since like 2010. Whatever we’re […]

Your First Security Hire

June 11, 2020
We often talk with companies that are thinking about hiring an FTE to help them with security. This post covers […]

App Meta Security Information

May 7, 2020
When we implement security programs, we often advise clients to build an inventory of their applications. There are a lot […]

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