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The Information Security OODA Loop Part 5: Act

April 06, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los

Practicing the OODA Loop for incident response is critical to making sure you avoid panic-induced decisions which could be catastrophic. If you're already formulating excuses as to why you won't be able to practice - just forget this altogether...

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The Information Security OODA Loop Part 4: Decide

April 04, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los

There are any number of possible decisions to be made in an infosec OODA Loop cycle. Sometimes the most basic decision to be made is whether to act or to hold your position. Too often infosec tends to look at a potential event and assume that the response must be action...

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The Information Security OODA Loop Part Three - Orient

April 03, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los

In infosec, if you've worked at companies who are doing security poorly and getting ravaged by hackers your first inclination may be desperation when your digital assets are under attack. It's hard to completely wipe the slate clean from previous experiences...

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The Information Security OODA Loop Part Two - Observe

April 01, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los

Infosec is in a constant chess match with the opposition. In order to have some way of fighting this asymmetric digital warfare, we need to have an organized, formalized way of identifying current threats and reacting in near-real-time in order to reach a state of detente...

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The Information Security OODA Loop: An Introduction

March 29, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los

The OODA loop was invented by a military strategist, and the idea is that in order to win any given incursion you must go through your OODA loop faster than your opponent. Failing to do so can mean the difference between an incident and a catastrophic breach...

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