Our team is putting together some blog posts and other content on social media policies and compliance. Can you please help us with our research work by spending just 3 minutes to complete the following quick 3 question poll?
You can find the poll here.
Thanks, in advance, for your insights. We will be publishing the results of the poll, along with our other content in the coming weeks. Thanks again for your kindness!
Got an idea for a webinar you would like to see us tackle in 2014? If so, drop us a line via the comments or give me a shout on Twitter (@lbhuston) and share it with us. We are looking to build a set of monthly webinars and would love to hear what you want to hear more about.
Currently in the idea hopper are:
- ICS/SCADA/Smart Grid security topics
- Online crime trends
- Use cases for HoneyPoint and ProtoPredator
- Using free or low cost tools to increase your security team’s capability (Thanks @icxc)
- Persistent Penetration Testing Strategies
- Scoping and focusing penetration tests for real world business results
- Ideas for security intelligence operations
- Many, many more!
Drop me a line with a topic and I’ll enter you into a drawing to win a free copy of HoneyPoint Personal Edition!
Thanks for reading and for sharing your interests. We want to 2014 to be your most successful information security year to date!
Given that so many firms will spend the end of the year issuing their opinions and predictions for next year, we thought we’d go against the grain, so to speak, and instead ASK YOU what you want the next year to bring?
What do you hope the information security community accomplishes or changes in a major way next year?
What new services or changes to service offerings would you most like to see?
If you could wake up on the first morning of the new year and have a brand new security product on your door step, what would it do for you? How would you like it to operate? What do you most fantasize about accomplishing?
What projects would you like to see grow in 2014? What terms, techniques or technologies would you like to see left behind in 2013?
Drop us a line via Twitter (@microsolved or @lbhuston) or via our Facebook page (http://facebook.com/microsolved) and let us know what you dream about. We’ll work hard to see if we can make your holiday season wishes come true!
Just a reminder that CMHSecLunch is Monday, December 9th at North Market. The party starts at 11:30am Eastern and will run through about 1pm Eastern. Come on out and hang with us!
We usually eat upstairs on the side nearest High Street and the end near the elevator. Look for a group of security geeks hanging out in that area and sit down for a snack and a chat.
Hope to see you then!
And now for the quick question. What would you think of also having a webex during the same period of time for those who are unable to attend physically or who are friends who have moved away? If that would interest you and you might enjoy it, drop me a line on Twitter and let me know (@lbhuston). I am considering this, but I won’t pouch forward unless at least 10 people ping me on Twitter or some other way.
Thanks for reading and I hope to see you on the 9th!
** You can find out more about the event or RSVP by visiting our eventbrite site here.
We have begun working on another project around helping organizations better protect their information assets and the reputations of both their employees and their firms at large. As part of that project, we would like to solicit some feedback from the readership of the blog.
Does your organization have a code of conduct for employees? Does is have a written code of conduct for management, board members and/or public relations campaigns?
Is it a living code of conduct or is it a stagnant piece of policy? How often is it updated? Does it cover social media presence, community engagement and/or public perception of the firm or individual?
Who audits the code of conduct and how is it monitored for violations?
Please feel free to give us your thoughts on the code of conduct and which industry you are in. We are taking responses via email (info <at> microsolved <dot> com) or via Twitter (@lbhuston).
Thanks for responding. Responses will be entered into a random drawing for a Starbucks gift card, so respond for a chance to win some java goodness. 🙂
We always strive to bring you the best information security content, complete with thoughtful analysis and relevant resources. Would you take a few minutes to participate in our poll? We’d appreciate it because it will help us deliver the most useful content. Thank you!