Have you ever wondered why I selected the picture above to represent my blog?
This picture illustrates so many aspects and nuances of this blog’s theme.
Here’s your chance to put on your thinking cap, and based on what skyyler and I have written about over the years, tell me what YOU think it represents.
As the comments roll in, we’ll comment on them.
Then, after a few weeks, I’ll peel back my brain and give you a peek inside as to what my reasons were.
Not sure how many of you will take me up on the challenge, but here goes…
As we all know, too few good IT audit blogs exist.
So it’s exciting when a new one is launched that shows promise.
Trend Micro’s Dave Asprey has posted 10 reasons not to virtualize.
I generally disagree with all of them (as I’ll explain later), but I think he missed the REAL #1 reason not to virtualize…
Using great titles and intro sentences are so critical to the success of your blog. Not only do they grab the attention of your reader, great titles and introductory sentences seduce search engines like Google into sending you even more readers.
I left what I considered a thoughtful comment on another security blog, but my comment was deleted. Denied. Ignored.
Read about what happened in Creating a Culture of Security and my thoughts about it, which I added at the end of that post.
Ever had a similar experience? Think I got carried away? Afraid to leave a comment of your own? Let me know about it here.
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Top 5 Posts
Here’s the top 5 posts between January and June, 2010. If you missed one of these posts, you might want to check it out.
Teach Yourself ACL
This post about Audit Command Language (ACL) software gets twice as many hits as any other post. If you want to know why this bothers me, see the January 2010 review.
PWC Resignation Letter
The popularity of this one really surprised me. But then again, it’s funny, sad, and really hits home if you’re an auditor (or a recovering one).
Top 10 Pay-Boosting Tech Certifications
In addition to the list published by Dice, I added some comments, and describe how the CISSP has affected my salary.