Let’s suppose that you are anxious about the future.
Suppose you feel pressed by all the uncertainty in the global economy. Suppose that you´re concerned about your job: maybe not about losing it, but you want to make sure you are untouchable. Or better yet, let’s suppose you really do want to be promoted.
What´s the very first thing you think of? Continue reading
Why is an infrastructure monitoring project so risky and prone to fail while a security and regulations compliance monitoring project practically always succeeds? After all, they´re both about monitoring. Continue reading
Why do security compliance monitoring projects almost always seem to work while their infrastructure monitoring counterparts so often fail? I don’t know for sure, but I have a theory. Visit me Tuesday to hear it. Have a great weekend!
Let me point you to an excellent recent report from a large IT research company, whose name starts with G (and ends with artner), entitled “Log Management for IT Security and IT Operations”. There they basically say that monitoring log events coming from both areas is a good thing. Continue reading
Carlos, my friend, partner and COO, is very concerned about the length of my posts. “Try to keep them shorter,” he begs. Well, I’ll do my best. For instance, Continue reading
If you want to understand a single cell, molecular biology is your friend. But if you want to understand a cell group and their interaction, division, amassment, and life cycle, you’d better look at the cells themselves, not just the molecules. Continue reading
There is a new resource for IT Security professionals. Continue reading
The other day I visited a bank to introduce our Visibility concepts. The IT executives I talked to were very supportive of the ideas, and willing to move forward. But, they said, “How are we going to get this funded?” Continue reading
An old poem says that we live only in certain moments, and all the rest is repetition and ashes. Continue reading