I travel a lot. It has been almost ten years since I had a job that was based in the same place I live. Whenever I get a call from friends and family the first question I get is "where are you?" People who have known me for years but do not stay in touch have a different question: "What are you doing now?" Other than a four year stint at Gartner I have never had the same employer for more than two years.
Followers of this blog will remember when it moved from the independently hosted ThreatChaos.com to ZDNet two years ago. That was coincident with my departure from Webroot Software, the anti-spyware company. (see Webroot loses voice). Well, it has been a great two years here at ZDNet. The folks at CNET (ZDNet is part of CNET not the troubled ZiffDavis. That still confuses people.) have created the most mature collection of tech blogs on the Internet and I have enjoyed being part of the ZDNet blogging community. But, I think they are pretty well covered on security now with the likes of George Ou, Larry Dignan, and newly joined Nate McFeters.
UPDATE November 6th '08: One more move. I hope the last as the Stiennon Security blog comes full circle. First it was at www.threatchaos.com, then it was at ZDNet, then it was at NetworkWorld. Now my blog is coming home to the re-born www.threatchaos.com!
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