AuditScripts Security Projects

At AuditScripts we understand that information security is a community effort. We all have the opportunity to learn and benefit from each other as we work to secure information systems. Just as we have learned from others we hope to give back with research that benefits everyone in the community. As a result over the years we have participated in a number of groups dedicated to practical research in the field of information security. This research comes in the form of presentations, learning materials, methodologies, whitepapers, and security tools. We hope you will visit some of the groups we are a part of to learn more. is an Enclave Security resource site dedicated to hosting the information security resources we provide to the community. This is where we posts presentations, whitepapers, security tools, and other resources. It is also the home of community projects such as the Open Threat Taxonomy that is curated by Enclave Security. Here visitors will find free resources for all to enjoy and premium resources for customers looking to solve specific information security challenges. The resources on this site change on a regular basis so we hope you will visit often to see what’s new. Click here to learn more about

The SANS Institute

Since 2001 we have been involved as senior instructors, analysts, and courseware authors at the SANS Institute, the premier international information security research and training company. Monthly you will find our personnel participating in conferences, summits, webcasts, and other events with the SANS Institute. The SANS Institute offers both commercial training and a number of free information security resources to private sector Fortune 500 companies as well as government entities both foreign and domestic. Click here to learn more about the SANS Institute.

The Center for Internet Security

The Center for Internet Security is an international research group dedicated to developing best practices in cyber security; delivering world-class security solutions to prevent and rapidly respond to cyber incidents; and building and leading communities to enable an environment of trust in cyberspace. Our personnel are involved in many CIS projects but are most involved in the CIS Critical Security Controls project, where both James Tarala and Kelli K Tarala (Enclave principals) serve as technical editors. Click here to learn more about the Center for Internet Security.