I had bypassed door #1 and door #2.
My new colleagues were not happy.
I read a blog post that quoted a security professional saying, ‘culture is defined as the beliefs we accept without question.’ The blogger, also a security professional, went on to say that his goal is to generate a new security culture, a security culture that “everyone accepts and makes a natural part of their activities.”
That definitely got me going, so I left a comment that explained why I disagreed with that statement.
Previously I’ve discussed why auditors are hated and how auditors can be lovable. But when I saw a Q & A in the ISACA journal about hating auditors, I had to dive in again. Here’s the gist of the article, with my comments in italics. Although there’s some similarity to the posts I’ve mentioned above, they take a slightly different tack through the audit seas.
Auditors that do the following are “hated”…