What does it taste like?

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    So where do I put it?  What do I do with it? Will it last me long enough?  Do I need to get more of it?  When do I need to use it?  Does it go well with other things?   I’m not talking about maple syrup and whether or not you pour […]

Impressionable Security Culture Maintenance

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Pretty hefty title to the article.  So what does it mean?  Let first start by tearing it apart. Impressionable and at the very least the root word Impression.  Impressionable means to be easily influenced.  Impression is often defined as or something like an effect, feeling, or image retained as a consequence or end result of […]

You know what you just did, right?

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So I’m going to do a lot in this post to “protect the innocent” or is the uninformed, but if I get to descriptive, you’re intelligent people you might just figure out where I was. So I have an appointment at what could be, well it is considered a government infrastructure location.  So this location […]

Tipping Point

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So here’s the thing.  You can preach about having great plans, great training, great response time.  You can do whatever is fiscally responsible, physically and mentally capable in your hands.  But where does it sometimes fall apart?  When the tools or infrastructure you’re given or have to work with are in disrepair, outdated or don’t […]

Making Security & Risk go from good to Great

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Many new build and retro-fit projects are good.  Some in fact are really good.  But from a Security & Risk perspective they can be great.

Risk Management – Benefits and Costs

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Exposures to accidental loss, both actual and potential, impose costs on particular organizations and can have an effect on the entire economy. These costs fall into three broad categories: property, income, lives, and other things of value damaged or destroyed in accidents; the deterrence effects of potential accidental losses (the net benefits that could have […]

What approach do you take?

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Are you still taking or accepting a cookie cutter approach to your security and risk mitigation strategies?