The Intrinium Review, September 2019

The Intrinium Review, September 2019

As we close-quarter three, we are reflecting on our past year, finalizing our 2020 planning, and looking forward to an exciting quarter four. If you have not had a moment to review your 2020 budget and projected IT spend, now is the perfect time to reach out to us to strategize on how we can help you anticipate costs for both your capital and operational budgets.

If you are currently building your InfoSec program, Partner and Advisory CISO Stephen Heath has taken the time to develop a new blog series outlining how to build your program from scratch. This is a great resource for anyone reviewing their current program, vetting a resource to build a program or to simply review best practices to ensure your program is working for your business.

This past month, we welcomed, Divyaa Kamalanatha to the Managed Security team, she joins us as our newest Information Security Associate. We are excited to have her on our team and look forward to continuing to fill our other vacancies as well.

As always, our team is here to help, please reach out to us here with any questions, comments or concerns.

The Intrinium Internship Experience

The Intrinium Internship Experience

By Revann Sirokman – Information Security Intern– Intrinium As my 12-week internship at Intrinium is coming to an end, I can’t help but reflect on the knowledge and skills that I have gained. When I had applied for the Information Security intern position, I had no...

A Retrospective: 15 Years of Defcon

A Retrospective: 15 Years of Defcon

It’s been a privilege to attend Defcon:  the annual congregation of hackers, law enforcement and security staff (red/blue team) for the last 15 years. My inaugural Defcon experience occurred when I was barely old enough to order a drink from the Alexis Park hotel bar in Vegas. By 2005, I was working for a very small security consulting firm that serviced the financial industry. Back then, Defcon was very small and only had a few thousand attendees, and lacked gender and ethnic diversity. To call the DEFCON of 2005 raucous would be an understatement. The attendance was predominantly younger males navigating the conference chaos making it both exhilarating and intimidating for most that were outside that demographic. The general Defcon shenanigans at the Alexis Park were so well known, the hotel would itemize all of the furniture or equipment in the room and disclose the costs associated with replacing the items in it, just in case you decide to destroy or tamper with it.

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