Posts Tagged 'critical infrastructure protection'
I hope you enjoyed a great summer vacation with your families and loved ones. Personally I had a wonderful and sunny holiday with my family in the south of Spain. Do you remember those days when the summers were quiet and peaceful? Where almost nothing notable was happening? I am afraid that those days are […]
There’s been a lot of talk about the value of public-private partnerships in moving the U.S. toward a more robust cyber security posture. And let’s be honest: there’s also been a lot of private sector skepticism about how much the Administration really believed in the concept or how much they would do to make it […]
In system engineering, and good system design begins with establish good “requirements”. Requirements are not just technical and engineering features, they can also be operational (what are the designed configuration features, what is the required uptime, downtime or service interval, etc) and requirements can be business-orient related to regulatory obligations (privacy, safety) or internally mandated […]
I was recently provided an opportunity to present the topic of cyber security to an audience of CEOs made up of critical infrastructure operators. In all honesty, this was the hardest presentation to prepare for. This was largely because I wanted to avoid the typical ‘cyber’ presentation of simply discussing threats, and hypothetical scenarios. The […]
Customers sometimes ask how McAfee corporate announcements relate to the public sector, so I decided to talk about two recent ones: the pending Stonesoft acquisition and the new Endpoint Suites offering. Both these developments make us an even stronger, more comprehensive security company, and they further strengthen our Security Connected platform. Our proposed acquisition of […]