Posts Tagged ‘Consulting’


Incident Response services now available!

September 14, 2016

Security Incident Response is like firefighting: it’s not something you need everyday, but when you need it, you want the best, and you want it fast.  We’re proud to announce […]


Breaking in to Security

March 25, 2014

Some of the roles within security are all about breaking in to systems, but what about just breaking into the field?  Jobs in security are popping up all over the […]


Webcast: Pen Test Preppers: Prepping for the Inevitable

February 13, 2014

Secure Ideas is excited to announce the next webcast being offered.  In this webcast, James Jardine and Kevin Johnson will talk about the steps leading up to a penetration test. […]


Professionally Evil Perspective Podcast – Methodology Continues with Discovery

October 23, 2013

James and I recorded the next episode of the Professionally Evil Perspective podcast this morning.  In it we get back to walking through the methodology that we use during a […]


Security Tubthumping

October 8, 2013

I have a friend who is an alcoholic. A few weeks ago after 5 years of sobriety, she stumbled and had a relapse. It doesn’t make her a bad person, […]


TMI: Assessing and Exploiting SharePoint at DerbyCon 3.0

October 2, 2013

James and I presented at DerbyCon last week.  We talked about some of the weaknesses found in SharePoint deploys and ways to test them.  We also walked through a couple […]


Industry Issues: New Vulnerabilities and Marketing Problems

September 10, 2013

As a consultant, I spend a lot of my time working with organizations and staff to help them improve their security.  I do this via a number of methods including […]


When the flood is going to come…

September 3, 2013

Most everyone in the U.S. is aware that its not uncommon for the Mississippi River to flood in the spring.  Even though the river has a series of locks and […]


Preparing for a Consultant

May 17, 2013

As security consultants, we regularly travel to clients’ sites and experience a wide range of environments and atmospheres. While some are better than others (and some much worse), it’s very […]