Jacob Kaplan-Moss

Tag: infosec

Psychological safety in the InfoSec industry April 18th, 2016

My co-worker Eric Mill recently brought up the topic of psychological safety. Referencing a study by Google that points to psychological safety as a key factor in successful teams, Eric wrote: Maybe these situations sounds familiar to others (they definitely both are to me): Did you feel like you could ask what the goal was without the risk of sounding like you’re the only one out of the loop? Or did you opt for continuing without clarifying anything, in order to avoid being perceived as someone who is unaware?…

A reading list for InfoSec engineers April 20th, 2016

I’ve started a curated reading list for InfoSec engineers. I was inspired by Mark McGranaghan’s Services Engineering reading list. I really enjoy these kinds of personal, highly-curated reading lists, and for some time I’ve wanted to pull together one of my own. This is my list, not a definitive one — that is, these are resources I’ve found useful. As such it has some biases: It’s oriented towards providers of Software-, Platform-, and Infrastructure-as-a-Service.…