PR Person Starved for Attention

By John Honovich, Published Oct 18, 2012, 12:00am EDT (Info+)

I must admit I have a new favorite security blog. It's such a guilty pleasure but in an industry like ours that offers so few geniune public opinions, it is a winner. The most recent entry explores how the company's boss is 'starved for attention [link no longer available]'. The least we could do is provide some.

[UPDATE 2013: The blog has been removed.]

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