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Sunday, May 16, 2010

History Repeats...

Thousands believed affected by faulty McAfee virus update

McAfee has admitted that an update to its antivirus signature has paralysed corporate computers - but played down the significance, insisting that "less than one half of one percent of our enterprise accounts globally and a fraction of that within the consumer base".

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

A Business Case for the Major Incident Handling Plan
The FauxCorp anti-virus event of July 2009A dramatization of a very real and recent event and an extremely compelling business case for the Major Incident Handling PlanIt will be the centerpiece of my upcoming presentation at the ICMG Architecture World 09 Conference on the topic of The Major Incident Handling Plan; a Mandatory Requirement of any Enterprise Risk Management Portfolio.

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Braun Tacon

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BraunsBlog...Random musings on specific topics.  The central themes will be ITIL V.3, Information Security, and other sundry ITSM topics.  That said, there are many more things in this world on which to opine, so don't be surprised if I do now and then.

About me...Braun Tacon, Portland Oregon.  Husband, father, aviator and former Air Traffic Controller with over 20 years experience in the Information Technology and IT Service Management field, the last thirteen years of which having been spent at a Fortune 500 in the Pacific Northwest. 

Professional background and certifications include Aviation Management, Education, Systems Management, Information Security and Process, Standards and Quality Management.  Always delivered with a strong focus on ITIL and similar Process Improvement Frameworks such as LEAN, SixSigma and TQM (Thank you Mr. Deming!).

Hobbies include reading, writing, and even the occasional Karaoke contest!

All opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.

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Questions?  Comments?  Suggestions?  You may contact me at btacon@BraunsBlog.com.

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