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Jason Murray

Jason Murray
Jason Murray has almost 20 years’ experience in information security. Jason brings extensive technical knowledge of computing and networking systems in a wide range of scales from single desktops to corporate environments. Jason has a deep understanding of information security, networking, and related information technologies allowing him to quickly and knowledgeably inspect system architectures, identify vulnerabilities, assess risks and recommend safeguards to reduce and mitigate risk to information assets. His understanding of security and privacy policies, processes, procedures, and other controls allows him to assess and make recommendations on the non-technical aspects of information security within an organization.

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Triaging Risk: A Year In The Life Of OpenFAIR - Part 2

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 28, 2017 8:15:00 AM / by Jason Murray posted in FAIR, Risk Management

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Last time on "A Year in the Life of OpenFAIR," we covered the establishment of an internal risk triage tool that my firm developed.

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Triaging Risk: A Year In The Life Of OpenFAIR

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 15, 2017 8:15:00 AM / by Jason Murray posted in FAIR, Risk Management

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About a year ago, one guy came up with a great idea:

“What if we measured our customers against the Critical Security Controls (CSC)? Then we could have some consistency between contracts, and start to provide some benchmarking. It would help our customers measure their maturity, set priorities, and understand their risk exposure.”

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