As many of you know, I entered the commercial UAV/UAS world (better known as drones) several months ago. The unfortunate thing is, the only media coverage that really is predominant are those incidents that shine some negative light on what can be and is a valuable tool in a variety of disciplines. This recent incident […]
Your business is not an ice cream parlor so stop treating your emergency preparedness priorities like your developing a schedule for the flavor of the month. Not that there is anything wrong with ice cream parlors or flavor of the month schedules, some of them are quite delicious. I digress. I receive many phone calls […]
It used to surprise me, now it doesn’t. Deserves some context, I know. So in the past, I would either reach out to organizations to source out work or organizations would reach out to me. The funny thing is that there were times when the organization who sought me out would end the engagement with […]
It’s an easy principle really. The horse goes in front of the buggy. Not getting very far if you try the other way around. It’s not an earth shattering discovery, but one that is often mis-applied in security and risk program development.
Are you still taking or accepting a cookie cutter approach to your security and risk mitigation strategies?
We know for certain that you’re able, aptable and even adaptable. But are your policies and procedures?
If it is…I’d call a professional.
So how do you really know?