It has been quite some time since I last updated this blog – life gets busy and priorities can shift around, and writing a blog took a backseat. I’ve kept the blog running, but most of my historical posts are a bit technically dated, although some still apply. That, however, changes today. I’ve decided to jump back into the world of writing and will be starting to update my blog more regularly.
Over the past few years my career has taken me away from forensics into several architectural roles in security consulting/presales, and more presently into the world of enterprise security architecture. I now lead a security solutions architecture team for a financial technology services company and get to deal with solving complex architectural challenges on a daily basis. Given that, you’ll notice that my new posts will be more focused on architectural and management topics and will likely not include much in the way of technical forensics; my apologies in advance if that was what you came here looking for, but hopefully my new content will be useful to you, or at least amusing to read.
I’m always open to suggestions on what topics to cover, so feel free to reach out to me directly at [email protected] if you have any particular area that you’d like me to focus on.
Now, let us dive back in…