It´s July 2014 when I write this travel report from Ljubljana. I spent one week in this amazing city in Slovenia, a small country south in Europe. A truly fantastic place, well worth your time.
The official reason I traveled to this, for me new, location, was an … Continue reading
Today is the Security Culture Hangout day, the last wednesday of the month! In this month, we take a look at security culture metrics – how to measure your security culture program. As usual, we use the Security Culture Framework as our foundation, and the Metrics module of the Continue reading
Today is the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Norway Summer Conference in Oslo. I have been fortunate enough to be asked to explain how to become an infosec rock star, and below are my slides and notes, all for you to enjoy.
Remember that if anyone of these can achieve Rock … Continue reading
This years Security Culture Summer Camp have participants from Sweden, France, UK and US. Learn from the best – join us today! Continue reading
Some times, great things happen. It can be the Spring in Norway, a cup of coffee in the morning, or a humorous new book on a boring topic. This post is about the latter one.
Javvad Malik, the notoriously funny and insightful guy, wrote the … Continue reading
I was sharing my insights on security culture and behavior on the Infosecurity webinar today, topic being the Anatomy of user-based attacks. You can watch it here:
The Security Culture Framework deserves more than just a place to discuss and learn. We wanted something more interactive, something where you can join us, discuss and share your experiences.
Enter the Security Culture Hangout on Air – a monthly event that takes place on Google Hangouts, are live streamed, … Continue reading
This week I was speaking at the ISACA Nordic Conference in Oslo, where I shared my findings on security culture. I have uploaded my slides to Slideshare, and you can watch them here:
Unfortunately, Slideshare is not able to process Keynote files (the tool I use to make … Continue reading
If you are looking for updates for Windows XP (WinXP), and you are reading this after April in 2014, you are out of luck. And you must have been hiding in a cave for a few years too, since «everybody» knows that Microsoft is pulling the plug on Windows XP … Continue reading
To me, being a thought leader means to share your knowledge, constantly searching for improvements, learning opportunities and ways to engage others. Some consider me to be a thought leader too, a humbling experience that helps me stay on my track.
As part of my personal development, I go to lengths … Continue reading