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== Michael's (Santa) Stories ==
#[https://hbr.org/2016/05/tracking-the-trends-in-bringing-our-own-devices-to-work Tracking the Trends in Bringing Our Own Devices to Work] --> good to know the trends. Broader, use is up, sanctioned or not. Oh, and it correlates with higher performance. Find a way to make it work.
#[http://www.zdnet.com/article/collaboration-will-help-combat-cybersecurity-david-thodey/ Collaboration will help combat cybersecurity: David Thodey] --> of course. The way forward it what is essential.
#[http://www.cio.com/article/3063738/security/it-leaders-pick-productivity-over-security.html IT leaders pick productivity over security] —> this is due to low confidence in the domain, inability to measure, and struggles to communicate. Time for some straight talk!
#[http://www.csoonline.com/article/3068395/leadership-management/behind-the-scenes-at-security-conferences.html Behind the scenes at security conferences] —> note the sorts of talks that get accepted and how to improve the experience for everyone
#[http://www.wsj.com/articles/twitter-bars-intelligence-agencies-from-using-analytics-service-1462751682?mod=e2tw Twitter Bars Intelligence Agencies From Using Analytics Service] -> this is about optics, mostly
#[https://context.newamerica.org/the-real-weakest-link-in-security-isnt-what-you-think-a3dec75c3ff6#.1sxbdyo7a The Real “Weakest Link” In Security Isn’t What You Think] —> flip the narrative (long overdue) and explore how tech and people combined boost security
#[http://techcrunch.com/2016/05/01/strengthening-authentication-through-big-data/ Strengthening authentication through big data] —> unfounded password hate aside, does more data lead to way to higher levels of assurance for identity proofing and authentication?
#[http://www.fastcoexist.com/3059593/this-app-knows-exactly-where-you-were-standing-when-you-took-a-photo This App Knows Exactly Where You Were Standing When You Took A Photo] —> cool or creepy?
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