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The most important piece of architecture is to understand the why: why it is that you are doing what it is that you are doing. Understanding the why leads you to the how. Understand it in the context of the broader business and organization goals context and let that...
In order to get started developing a cybersecurity architecture, we need to gather a few raw materials first. These are the items that will set the context for all the design work that we will undertake in subsequent chapters. Specifically, we need to first obtain a...
"Because security architecture is by nature a "bridge" or translation, the aspects of the architecture process that are most important are going to change from organization to organization. It might be a culture change that is most important for one organization, just...
About Our Team
Ed Moyle is currently a Partner with Security Curve. In his 25 years in information security, Ed has been a developer building cryptographic modules, a vulnerability researcher (e.g. CVE-2002-0082), penetration tester, assessor, information security officer, vCISO, consultant, evangelist, and analyst.
As Director of Thought Leadership and Research for ISACA, he was responsible for professional guidance (including COBIT, ITAF, subject matter guides, and audit programs.) As Senior Security Strategist with Savvis (now CenturyLink), Ed ran the professional services team for application security and identity. Ed was Vice President and Information Security Officer for Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, Senior Manager with CTG, GM and Chief Content Officer for Prelude.
Ed is co-author of Cryptographic Libraries for Developers, mentor and adviser to several early stage cybersecurity startups (e.g. Cienaga Systems, 418Intelligence, Cyberlitica, Sightline Security, SelfSafe, and numerous others). Ed is passionate about open source, historical novels, dead languages, and cats.
- Application Security 90% 90%
- Compliance and Assessment 80% 80%
- Virtualization, Cloud, & Containerization 85% 85%
- Security Architecture 90% 90%
CTO & Co-Founder
Diana Kelley’s security career spans over 30 years. She is Co-Founder and CTO of SecurityCurve, Chief vCISO at SaltCybersecurity and donates much of her time to volunteer work in the cybersecurity community, including serving on the ACM Ethics & Plagiarism Committee, on the Executive Board at Sightline Security and Cyber Future Foundation, as Executive Board and Inclusion Working Group champion at WiCyS, Cybersecurity Committee Advisor at CompTIA, Advisory Board Chair at WOPLLI Technologies, Advisory Council member Bartlett College of Science and Mathematics, Bridgewater State University, and RSAC US Program Committee. Diana produces the #MyCyberWhy series and is the host of BrightTALK’s The (Security) Balancing Act and co-host of the Your Everyday Cyber podcast. She was the Cybersecurity Field CTO for Microsoft, Global Executive Security Advisor at IBM Security, GM at Symantec, VP at Burton Group (now Gartner), and a Manager at KPMG. She is a sought after keynote speaker, the co-author of the books Practical Cybersecurity Architecture and Cryptographic Libraries for Developers, has been a lecturer at Boston College’s Masters program in cybersecurity, the EWF 2020 Executive of the Year, and one of Cybersecurity Ventures 100 Fascinating Females Fighting Cybercrime.
- Risk Assessment 75% 75%
- Security Architecture 85% 85%
- IoT Security 60% 60%
- Outreach and Writing 95% 95%