Category Archives: Metrics

Metricon 8 From Outside the Establishment: Size Does(n’t?) Matter.

Michael Roytman    March 8, 2013

This was my first time attending RSA, and on top of that I am fairly new to the Security industry. If RSA were a Senate race, I would be Ashley Judd. I am not, however, new to statistics. The following is an outsider’s perspective on Metricon, one without any preconceptions of the space. Spoiler: to be more secure as an… Read more »

Heads Up! (Display)

Ed Bellis    January 22, 2013

I’m happy to share our latest enhancement to visualizing your vulnerability data. Today, we are launching a new Heads-Up Display (HUD): a “mini dashboard” if you will,  that allows you to visualize the current state of your vulnerabilities and defects. Our new Heads-Up Display shows a live presentation of your vulnerabilities. It provides up-to-the-minute information on aspects of your vulnerability… Read more »

Security Intelligence != SIEM

Ed Bellis    March 5, 2012

I’ve just returned from RSA, BSides and Metricon and thought I would pen a few of my thoughts while they’re still fresh in my mind. On Monday I had the privilege of participating in a panel on Data Driven Security at Metricon 6.5. Scott Crawford moderated and has a great blog series on data driven security. It was an interesting… Read more »