Whitepaper: The State of Information Security 2008

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I just got back from The Credit Union Information Security Professionals Association 3rd annual National event in Austin Texas where Rohyt and I were talking to the folks about www.PhishMe.com.
I have never attended a CUISPA event before and welcomed the opportunity. It was refreshing to see this industry work together. Credit unions don’t have the budgets larger institutions do and many of their technologists wear multiple hats. Security is a group effort. (as it should be)

Two major takeaways I had from the conference:

1.) Credit Union security professionals have a can-do attitude and value networking with their peers to solve their security woes
2.) Don’t show up to a Credit Union event dressed in New York-Financial attire (unless you enjoy looking like that creepy sales guy) 🙂

On the heels of the CUISPA event is a good white paper I saw on BankInfoSecurity.com titled The State of Information Security 2008 – Survey Executive Overview (Free signup)

Tom Field (Editorial Director) did a good job putting the overview together. The top security issues I heard the Credit Union folks discuss are the same ones captured in this survey. (It’s good to see that this paralleled what I saw in person at CUISPA … too often these days a whitepaper is just a synonym for marketing fluff.)

Of course the #3 issue “3) Training – Employees, Customers Need More.” grabs our attention as our https://cofense.com/ moves from beta and inches towards launch.
I’m beyond excited.
-higB

p.s. If you happen to attend my ShmooCon 2008 presentation please be kind with the Shmooballs.

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