Finding The Hidden InfoSec Story
Information Security As Car Insurance
Aug12

Information Security As Car Insurance

Third party, fire and theft? Or Fully Comp? Richard Corbridge looks at why we need to start thinking about Information Security in the same way as we do Car Insurance.

Library at Alexandria
Aug08

Library at Alexandria

The Library at Alexandria in Egypt was considered one of the largest and finest collections of manuscripts in the ancient world. Stephen Patton looks at whether we better understand antiquity, or humanity, if this information had been preserved.

Traffic Calming
Aug05

Traffic Calming

Sean Pollonais looks at how taking a similar approach to Hans Monderman’s clutter free traffic system can be effectively applied to Information Security.

Don’t Walk On The Grass
Jul29

Don’t Walk On The Grass

Thom Langford looks at what the way the University of California in Irvine constructed their campus paths and pavements tell us about Intelligent architecture.

The Unique Mark Of The Signet
Jul22

The Unique Mark Of The Signet

The Signet ring was used for authentication and identification purposes. Javvad Malik discusses just how else these iconic symbols can they relate to modern Information Security practises.

A Familiar Story With An Icy Edge
Jul15

A Familiar Story With An Icy Edge

The story of the ‘unsinkable’ ship and the iceberg is over 101 years old, but what Information Security lessons can the sinking of the Titanic teach us? Andrew Bycroft takes an indepth look.

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