January 17, 2011

Mid January Roundup

Category: Links,Log Analysis,Visualization — Raffael Marty @ 9:00 am

The last couple of months have been pretty busy. I have been really bad about updating my personal blog here, but I have not been lazy. Among other things, I have been traveling a lot to attend a number of conferences. Here is a little summary of what’s been going on:

  • I posted a blog entry on secviz about my security visualization predictions for 2011. It’s a bit of a gloomy forecast, but check it out.
  • The Security visualization predictions post was motivated by a panel I was on at the SANS Incident Detection Summit in D.C. early December. Here are the slides for my panel discussion.
  • One of the topics I have been talking about lately is Cloud Security. The slides linked here are from a presentation I gave in Mexico.
  • The topic of cloud security and also cloud risk management is one that I have been discussing on my new blog over at Infoboom.
  • I have recorded a couple of pod casts in the last months also. One was the CloudChaser podcast where we talked about Logging Challenges and Logging in the Cloud.
  • The other pod cast I recorded was together with Kord and Gary for The Cloud Computing Show. We talked about all kinds of things. Mainly about Loggly and logging in the cloud. Here the mp3.
  • I also dug out the log maturity scale again. After mentioning it at the SANS logging summit, I got a lot of great responses on it.
  • The other day, one of my Google alerts surfaced this DefCon video of me talking about security visualization. It’s probably one of my first conference appearances. Is it?
  • And finally, 2011 started with a trip to Kauai where I presented a paper on insider threat visualization. Unfortunately, the paper is not publicly available. Email me if you want a copy.

As you are probably aware, you find my speaking schedule and slides on my personal page. That’s a good way of tracking me down. And in case you haven’t found it yet, I have a slideshare account where I try to share my presentations as well.

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