Security Basics
Firewall Patching - Best Paractices Aug 10 2012 12:29PM
Phil Hanna (subscription geeksvictoria com au) (3 replies)
Re: Firewall Patching - Best Paractices Aug 10 2012 03:41PM
gig (gigabit satx rr com)
Re: Firewall Patching - Best Paractices Aug 10 2012 12:52PM
rrprecilla gmail com
RE: Firewall Patching - Best Paractices Aug 10 2012 12:51PM
Joseph Laico (LAICO 0IS US) (1 replies)
Re: Firewall Patching - Best Paractices Aug 10 2012 03:49PM
gig (gigabit satx rr com)
lol.

This nonsensical diatribe is misplaced and ironic.

You rail against a lack of skill when your ability to communicate is
woefully inadequate.

If you perceive that things aren't going your way, I'll suggest you look in
the mirror to find the root source of the problem.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joseph Laico" <LAICO (at) 0IS (dot) US [email concealed]>
To: "'Phil Hanna'" <subscription (at) geeksvictoria.com (dot) au [email concealed]>;
<security-basics (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]>
Sent: Friday, August 10, 2012 7:51 AM
Subject: RE: Firewall Patching - Best Paractices

> Those are all good ideas, sadly I say SADLY in the real world IT
> professionals would starve, years ago, clients understood the importance,
> today different story. No one wants to spend money for INTANGIBLE service
> as
> of the past few years. Sure, they all will say OH yes security is very
> important, however when it comes to performing that service the clients
> are
> MIA. As I said that's the real world today whereby everyone is an expert
> and
> no one has any real skill set to make a decision that merits. With the
> cloud
> BS on the rise, you will see a further decline, only the very elite and
> very
> gifted will serve the data farms/clouds. Five years from now, the trend
> will be why put all your eggs in one basket let alone with everyone else
> empirical data. IT "aint" what it used to be sadly, too many decision
> makers
> that lack competence to make good decisions, where once IT person had
> clout,
> in summation today everyone is an expert and no one knows a dam thing.
> Lets
> hope it changes, great ideas, but focus on what put food on the table to
> stay in this crazy industry where you have incompetent IT technical
> writers
> writing BS articles and making more than the engineer.
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: listbounce (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed] [mailto:listbounce (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]]
> On
> Behalf Of Phil Hanna
> Sent: Friday, August 10, 2012 8:29 AM
> To: security-basics (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
> Subject: Firewall Patching - Best Paractices
>
> Hi All,
>
> I'm looking for opinion for what are the industry's best paractice for
> managing the upgrdae/patches to the firewalls. I'm devloping a process to
> have the firewall updated/checked for patches regulary but looking for
> opinion how other folks are doing it. My ideas are following:
>
> - A mailing list for the company with all InfoSec community part of it and
> then subscripte that list for updates from Cisco, Checkpoint.
> * for Cisco, I've found the lists but for Checkpoint I couldn't figure out
> where to subscribe.
>
> - Infosec reffers the update/patch to the network teams and they consider
> the risk factor and asses if the patch needs to be immediately applied for
> at some regular cycle.
>
> thanks,
> P
>
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