A conversation with an old friend reminded me that there may be folks who follow this blog, but not the New School blog.
Over there, I’ve posted “Improving Security Effectiveness” about leaving Microsoft to work on my new company:
For the last few months, I’ve been working full time and talking with colleagues about a new way for security executives to measure the effectiveness of security programs. In very important ways, the ideas are new and non-obvious, and at the same time, they’re an evolution of the ideas that Andrew and I wrote about in the New School book that inspired this blog.
and about a job opening, “Seeking a technical leader for my new company:”
We have a new way to measure security effectiveness, and want someone who’ll drive to delivering the technology to customers, while building a great place for developers to ship and deploy important technology. We are very early in the building of the company. The right person will understand such a “green field” represents both opportunity and that we’ll have to build infrastructure as we grow.
This person might be a CTO, they might be a Chief Architect. They are certainly an experienced leader with strong references from peers, management and reports.