Posts Tagged ‘Anton Chuvakin’

At the Secure 360 Conference

Monday, May 12th, 2008

Tomorrow and Wednesday I’m doing some sessions at the Secure 360 conference in St. Paul, Minnesota. I’m really looking forward to also seeing the other sessions while here (yes, I’ve arrived and getting some work done in my room)!


One Word Makes A World Of Difference…To Auditors and To Practitioners

Monday, April 7th, 2008

I want to continue the discussion I started yesterday.
Is there a difference between “log management” and a “log management system”?


Misquotes and Misinformation on PCI DSS Log Management

Sunday, April 6th, 2008

I always invite feedback and comments about my articles and books. I like to know what people have found useful as well as hear how I can improve upon my writing and see if there is any more information I could have added or expanded upon.
So, I was interested to see that Dr. Anton Chuvakin read one of my recent PCI DSS logging compliance papers and posted to his blog about it.
However, he made a significant misquote and provided misinformation, which provide good topics for discussion…


Security and Privacy Pros Believe…Yes! Privacy Still Does…Or At Least Can…Still Exist!

Monday, September 24th, 2007

Last Friday I had the pleasure of discussing the question of, “Do We Have Privacy Anymore” with a group of highly regarded information security and privacy pros, including: