Papers and Presentations

Posted June 8th, 2008 by

We’re always open to speaking invitations on any topic you see on the blog, just ask via our contact page. In fact, you could say at this point that we are a mini speaker’s bureau for US Federal Government Information Security issues.

Have a look at some work we’ve put out:

Meta-Metrics: Building a Scorecard for the Evaluation of Security Management and Control Frameworks , Metricon 5 2010(.ppt presentation, August 2010)

Building A Modern Security Policy For Social Media and Government, Potomac Forum 2009(.ppt presentation, December 2009)

Compliancy, Why Me? Living with the Compliance Staff, a BSOFH Guide, DojoCon 2009(.ppt presentation, November 2009)

Massively Scaled Security Solutions for Massively Scaled IT: SecTor 2009(.ppt presentation, October 2009)

Making the Choice: ATO, IATO, or Denial: Role of the Authorizing Official/Designated Approving Authority and the Accreditation Decision (.ppt presentation, February 2009)

The Evolution of Digital Forensics: Civilizing the Cyber Frontier (.pdf document, January 2009)

Backtrack 3 and USB: The Quick and Dirty Pictorial Guide to a Non-Persistent USB Installation (.ppt presentation, September 2008)

View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: usb pen-test)

FISMA, NIST, and OMB Oh My: Why information security in the Government succeeds or fails and what you can learn from it (.ppt presentation, June 2008)

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