February 2, 2017
by Jim Burrows
Knights attack and defend the Motte & Bailey-style Dinan Castle as depicted in the Bayeux Tapestry, courtesy of WikiMedia.
Much of what’s wrong today in the realm of security, especially “cybersecurity” comes from thinking that is rooted in the Dark Ages.
“Motte and Bail...
August 1, 2016
Fraud attempts are up by 50% as compared to last year, according to the new 2016 Q2 ThreatMetrix Cybercrime report. Stolen Identity information is the key driver for fraud.
Identity has become the new currency for fraudulent activities. Of the 5.2 billion activities ana...
July 26, 2016
Many companies like to outsource fixed priced software development projects in an attempt to control or minimally to limit risk. In reality, this may actually increase the project risk and may even put your project delivery in jeopardy.
1. Fixed Priced Projects Cost Mor...
Escaping Dark Age Cybersecurity Thinking
Fraud attempts are up by 50%.
3 Pitfalls of Fixed Priced Software Development
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