Tag Archives: patterns

A Pattern Language for Infosec

Despite the efforts of membership organizations, standards bodies, governments and individual contributors, several pieces of the infosec puzzle remain missing all of these years later. It’s time to get back to solving the question: “What is InfoSec?” Back in 1977, when men were men and the ‘stache was silken and long… Christopher Alexander, Sara Ishikawa […]

Metaphors in Policy / Guidance

The biggest part of operational and management security is dealing with Policy / Standards / Guidelines and dealing with cases where the organization or it’s workers do not comply with the written documents. In many infosec programs, this is largely a result of the Policy / Standards / Guidelines being written for the benefit of […]

First Post

There really isn’t a manifesto. Not yet anyways. What we want to do is very simple. Without adhering to any of the religions of infosec, we want to help provide the operational and management side of infosec with a framework for Doing InfoSec Right. In order to do this, we need YOUR help. Because we […]