Went to the Silicon Valley Tweetup on Wednesday August 26th 2009. Had an awesome time, met a lot of great interesting people in the Social Media and marketing arenas.
So, I took my camera to my son James' water polo practice on the 19th, and while there snapping away and getting some great photos of all the kids, I decided I needed a new place to store these photos.
Oh, and how about a place for team announcements? And other items related to the team.
I took it upon myself to create a new domain name and website for the Kimball High School Water Polo team (http://khs-h2opolo.com/)
Thanks for viewing my VLOG, I have received some very good advice on how to proceed.
I want to expand a bit on the Compliance Based Security vs. Risk Based Security.
Today I went to the ISACA educational seminar which was tuning up soft skills for a down economy.
I found this presentation to be very helpful and spot on for the information.
Presentation by Jo Miller, CEO
Just received my new Dell mini 10v (netbook).
This device is pretty cool. Very light, small, yet big enough that I can do work and post to the website.
I am in the process of customizing the device. I will probably install Windows 7 when it becomes available.
Dell shipped the mouse a week before shipping the main computer, then waited 2 days to ship the DVD player. (grrr)
The contract I am working has asked me to make recommendations to their plans for building a new web infrastructure which supports PCI data. I am looking forward to presenting my recommendations in a few days.
I will also make the article available here.
I am also working on their IDS/IPS system, should be fun.
So, I purchased Simple Image Gallery PRO from http://www.joomlaworks.gr/ last night after using the demo for my new website.
The cool thing about this is I can use this on any article/post and create great feature images using the front-end.
As for today's ISACA meeting, the presentation was pretty good on Database Security and Audit. There were some interesting statistics during the presentation.
84% of companies believe that their database security is adequate, of those something like 54% will have a breach or something like that.