- — CoreSecurity (@CoreSecurity)Wed, Feb 19 2014 19:02:03Trying these informal surveys: To all our security pros out there: What security issue worries you most? Weigh in –Thx
- — CoreSecurity (@CoreSecurity)Wed, Feb 19 2014 15:35:02Informal survey con't: Followers—If budget were not an obstacle, what area of security would you invest in most heavily? —thx for your...
- — Oleksiy Gayda (@oleksiygayda)Wed, Feb 19 2014 20:41:22@CoreSecurity endpoint protection and control. Cloud adoption, social engineering, telecommuting, APTs, etc. make perimeter defenses useless
- — CoreSecurity (@CoreSecurity)Mon, Feb 03 2014 19:25:21Tweeple, we want to hear from you! What do you consider the greatest weakness in infrastructure security? Informal survey..welcome ur A's.
- — Dick Veal (@dickveal)Fri, Feb 07 2014 21:31:48@CoreSecurity Lack of education, counterproductive teams... But seriously, poorly configured default installations running SCADA apps probs
- — Nigel Willson (@NigeSecurityGuy)Wed, Feb 12 2014 21:41:05@CoreSecurity Lack of Visibility, Validation and, Vigilance - we need to move from set and forget to Baselined, Threat Tested enabling NBAD
- — Richard Diver (@rdiver)Wed, Feb 12 2014 19:45:13@CoreSecurity I would suggest it's the lack of full visibility for changes that are made to configurations. Too many minor flaws add up
- — Nigel Willson (@NigeSecurityGuy)Wed, Feb 12 2014 21:37:13
- — Nigel Willson (@NigeSecurityGuy)Thu, Feb 13 2014 00:00:50
- — Pete Herzog (@peteherzog)Wed, Feb 05 2014 17:56:59@CoreSecurity greatest weakness: 1. Lack of separation in the internal network (each desktop can reach most every other desktop).
- — Pete Herzog (@peteherzog)Wed, Feb 05 2014 17:57:55
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