Finding the right cloud solution is a huge challenge and you can kiss goodbye to hoped for savings if you sign on the dotted line…THEN focus on required functionality and security. The great Thrones […]
Maslow expected us to satisfy basic needs before moving on to more complex ones. Why then is “sexiness” overcoming need when planning security spend?
This article explores the history, content and criticisms of the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act (DRIP or DRIPA) which was pushed through parliament in 7 days using emergency powers normally only wielded when the country is […]
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TED…
Just after 4.30pm (4.36 to be precise) the DRIP bill gained royal assent and became the DRIP Act. It will be the benchmark for legality of communications data retention and access for at […]
Your confidential data should be seen as your baby. It may be (in the case of customer data and data from partner companies) your adopted baby, but you are accountable for the […]
Following constructive criticism of my original hastily chosen blog theme from @ThomLangford (“Please change that bloody theme!”) I have revamped. Hope you enjoy the new look Infospectives and my most recent blog post: […]
Published by The Analogies Project. A different kind of look at how cloud environment and cloud usage affects cloud risks; “One thing up front: This is not, in case you were hoping, […]