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Category Archives: Professionally Related
Posted on January 27, 2010
A colleague emailed me a CFP for cloud computing security by IEEE. I’m thinking about submitting a paper. Perhaps I’ll co-author it. I’ve started to think about cloud computing issues and a have a few interesting ideas on the subject. To write or not to write… that is the question!
Posted on January 25, 2010
In keeping with the daily grind aspect of infosec on SecurityMaverick.com, Thursday I have lunch scheduled with one of the past presidents from ISACA NY. Good conversation with colleagues is always appreciated! I should clarify and say that by “the Grind” I mean the ins and outs of daily infosec life. There is certainly nothing in our lunches that I would remotely consider a grind! To good food and good conversation. Cheers!