[Dailydave] Survey of infosec's past/present/future
andy at andymartin.cc
Wed Jun 22 09:17:07 EDT 2016
Here are the results: https://linx.li/selif/jscgrgdo.pdf
Raw response data: https://linx.li/selif/hlnvg47g.csv
On Sat, Jun 4, 2016 at 4:16 PM, Andy Martin <andy at andymartin.cc> wrote:
> Here's an anonymous survey to see what people think about how the field of information security has changed over the last 10 years & where things will go in the future --
> Some example questions are:
> - Is the average F500 company compromised by more or less independent parties at any given time now vs. 10 years ago? How will it change over the next 5 years?
> - From a technical point of view, is working in computer security more or less interesting now vs. 10 years ago?
> - How do the offensive capabilities & defensive postures of various countries compare?
> - Is the average "information security professional" more or less knowledgeable today vs. 10 years ago?
> - Do companies in certain countries tend to me more or less secure than others?
> For the purposes of the survey, a "network compromise" is considered to be any event where a host is owned and some amount of lateral movement takes place (however inconsequential).
> There are a few optional questions at the end about the submitter's (your) background-- maybe there are some interesting correlations to see there...
> If more than 10 people respond, I'll send a follow-up email with links to a summary & the raw response data.
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