by Jason Ritzke | Systems Engineer at Taos …or how I stubbed my toe on the keys to a few dozen kingdoms I’m authoring this security write up in ReStructuredText. An odd way to start this off, I know. But bear with me, I promise that ReStructuredText is relevant to a recently patched major vulnerability […]
Attacking overtrodden topics almost always a bad idea. The questions of “what is DevOps” and “what isn’t DevOps” have been used, reused, and rehashed to such an extent that there remains little ground to cover in those arenas. But even though that ground has been walked into a muddy rut, while so many people seem to “get” DevOps to the point that discussing it further seems a pointless waste, many organizational leaders still seem unsatisfied with the answers. If you’re among the unconvinced, unhappy with all the direct and explicit answers that abound, let me tempt you with an esoteric and obscure assertion instead.
by Jason Ritzke, Senior Technical Consultant at Taos When architecting secure infrastructure a natural place to begin is a common standard set, such as those provided in a DISA STIG or CIS guideline. However, while industry standard compliance documents can often be a provocative starting point for thinking about your infrastructure requirements, they are no […]