It came up during a very nonserious discussion in the DARPA INFOSEC office, soon after we'd started. We were discussing taxonomy, and how certain words should be added to the language, because there was a need for them, or because people (usually users) got the correct terms wrong anyway. I am not sure who came up with it, but "securityzed" was invented (along with "vampiritic" and "shittiful," but those deserve websites of their own).
securityzed (seh-cure-uh-tized): making something secure; securing a thing (past tense)
ex: "Hey, is our company protected from cyberhackers? What about the mainframe?"
"Oh, no worries, boss-- we securityzed it."
I'll use this site to post irregular commentary about the security industry, IT, training, maybe some politics, and possibly food (because). Or whatever else I want.
Um, that is, I will not post on a regular basis, making the schedule irregular. Not the commentary; that will be regular. Except when it's not.
I've had this domain name for quite a while, but just didn't have a chance to use it before. So we apologize to other securityzeds, securitizeds, Security Zeds, and Zed Security, who I'm sure are all wonderful people-- don't mean to tread on their toes. At all.
Also, the site won't be about securitizing, which pertains to creating financial instruments. This is securityzing. Which doesn't.
If you have something you want to contribute to the site, please feel free to contact me via the Contact page. Because that's what it's there for. Contacting. If you are upset or disturbed by something you see, please turn off your computer, sit down in a warm, cushioned chair, and drink a glass of seltzer.
All content property of securityzed. No takebacks.