While I've been at my desk, I've seen all sorts of press releases, including two that caught my interest because they talk about surveys conducted on security-related topics. One came from The Conference Board, a business group that's usually in the news with their survey of consumer or purchasing agent confidence, and one came out of a gathering of CSOs in Chicago. Both point to the same conclusion from different angles: Our technology fixes for security are working pretty well, but the problems for which we don't have a good technology solution are cause for ever greater concern.
I've built a podcast on the two surveys. You can find it here and, as always, let me know what you think. There are some more great interview-based podcasts coming up, and some infrastructure changes that should let you subscribe to the podcast and have it arrive automatically. Cool stuff--just what we need as we enter the hot days.