Mike Rothman is President of independent research firm Securosis. His bold perspectives and
irreverent style are invaluable as companies determine effective strategies to grapple with the
dynamic security threatscape. Mike specializes in the "sexy" aspects of security, like protecting
networks and endpoints, security management, and compliance. After 20 years in and around security,
he’s one of the guys who “knows where the bodies are buried” in the security space. Mike published
“The Pragmatic CSO” in 2007 to introduce technically oriented security professionals to the nuances
of what is required to be a senior security professional. Securosis Blog
Contributions from Mike Rothman, Contributor
- How do ISO 17799 and SAS 70 differ?
- The forensics mindset: Making life easier for investiga
- Has FFIEC made any VoIP-specific mandates?
- Finding lost notebooks with 'LoJack for laptops'
- What can be done to block adult images in search engine results?
- What are the security job prospects for someone without a certification?
- How are the PCI DSS deadline extensions affecting corporations' desire to become compliant?
- What are the roles of a liaison officer?
- Why are there still various independent credit card security standards?
- What is the best way to administer exams to students via computer?
- Security management in 2008: What's in store
- How can birth certificate fraud and passport fraud be prevented?
- Will a Security+ certification be useful for aspiring security analysts?
- Should computer exams be transmitted as PDF files or Word files?
- Are there security management products that can track compliance objectives?
- Is it against HIPAA regulations to display client names?
- Getting started on a career in penetration testing
- Compliance year in review: PCI DSS progress, yet confus
- What Web security initiatives can be taken on a college campus?
- Are there any references that discuss the cost of PCI DSS compliance?