Finding The Hidden InfoSec Story
Pourquoi le cycle de Deming contribue-t-il à une meilleure gestion de la sécurité
Jan29

Pourquoi le cycle de Deming contribue-t-il à une meilleure gestion de la sécurité

Diving involves a rigorous series of checks and systems to ensure the divers safety combined with a practice of continued improvement. In this French Language analogy Fabrice De Paepe takes a look at what we can learn from this in our own approaches to Information Security.

Many Bands Make Light Work
Jan26

Many Bands Make Light Work

The original Band Aid was successful because Bob Geldof and Midge Ure recruited the best musicians of the time together for the greater good. Dan Raywood looks at whether this could provide a similar blueprint to help further the InfoSec cause.

Find Me Those Plans….
Jan22

Find Me Those Plans….

Adrian Davis takes a look at Star Wars and what lessons we can learn from the theft of those Death Star plans…

God Save Me From My Friends. I Can Protect Myself From My Enemies
Jan19

God Save Me From My Friends. I Can Protect Myself From My Enemies

It’s often our friends and family that can hurt us the most. Yotam Gutman takes a look at how this often the case within our organisations.

Rollen som analytiker
Jan15

Rollen som analytiker

This is the Danish version of ‘The Role of the Analyst: Infosec Librarian and Curator’, first published on the 27th October. Looking at the role of Librarians and Museum Curators, Claus Houmann demystifies exactly what a Security Analyst is.

The Changing of the Seasons
Jan12

The Changing of the Seasons

Brendan Byrne takes a look at how we can reduce the disruption the weather causes as the seasons change and ponders whether we can look at security seasonally within business

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