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- The difference between "performance" and "best practices"
- How big data is expected to revolutionize information security (some myth busting)
- Where innovation will be coming from, and where it won't
- Why encouraging security professionals to pursue training in statistics and data visualization is so critical
But wait...there's more! Here's a link to episode 82 of the Down the Rabbit Hole podcast, where I'm a guest along with Bob Blakely and Lisa Leet. (Here's the podcast itself in mp3 file format -- 43:15 in length.) From Rafal's summary, here's what we talk about:
- Does is make sense, in a mathematical and practical senes, to look for 'probability of exploit'?
- How does 'game theory' apply here?
- How do intelligent adversaries figure into these mathematical models?
- Is probabilistic risk analysis compatible with a game theory approach?
- Discussing how adaptive adversaries figure into our mathematical models of predictability... How do we use any of this to figure out path priorities in the enterprise space?
- An interesting analogy to the credit scoring systems we all use today
- An interesting discussion of 'unknowns' and 'black swans'
- Fantastic practical advice for getting this data-science-backed analysis to work for YOUR organization