Tag Archives: presentation

Clash of the Titans: How InfoSec and Remediation Teams Can Finally Get Along

Ed Bellis    October 26, 2016

Why the bad blood between InfoSec and Remediation teams? The reality is, they need each other. They just don’t always work alongside each other, or use the same metrics, or see things the same way, or…well, let’s just say there’s a lot of baggage there. Why We Can’t All Just Get Along Within many organizations, security teams and remediation teams… Read more »

Stop Fixing All The Things – Our BSidesLV Talk

Michael Roytman    August 6, 2013

Last week at BSidesLV, Ed Bellis and I presented our view on how vulnerability statistics should be done. We think it’s a different and useful approach to vulnerability assessments. Our contention is that the definitions of vulnerabilities in NVD and OSVDB are just that – definitions. As security practitioners, we care about which vulnerabilities matter. Much like looking at a… Read more »

BayThreat: From Shaman to Scientist

Ed Bellis    December 20, 2011

I recently gave an updated talk on my data driven security use case at BayThreat 2 in Mountain View. First off, thanks to Marisa Fagan and all the organizers, this year was even better than last. Also, apologies for not being able to stay for the entire weekend, alas duty called. I have been making my rounds at various security… Read more »