Tag Archives: Metricon

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 »

RSA Week Recap

Ed Bellis    March 5, 2013

Well the dust has finally begun to settle after another whirlwind week of activity around the RSA Conference. As in years past, my favorite track turned out to be the hallway track, although admittedly I didn’t get to see many of the talks and avoided the show floor most of the time. One program I was able to not only… 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 »