By Gene Hughson Two of my favorite “bumper sticker philosophies” (i.e. short, pithy, and incredibly simplistic sayings) are “the simplest thing that could possibly work” and YAGNI. Avoiding unnecessary complexity and unneeded features are good ideas at first glance. The problem is determining what is unnecessary and unneeded. Just meeting the functional requirements is unlikely
By Paul Preiss "We are not a technology company. We sell hammers". Those are the words of yet another company who has recently exposed their customers to major theft, inconvenience and potential identity fraud. When will industry learn? Target, Home Depot and plenty of others refuse to understand that technology risk is not a problem
Optiv's Solutions Research Analyst, Office of the CISO, Jenn Black, discusses what she had discovered in her research on security.
Cyber Protection & Resilience are the Only Drivers for Successful Architecture Today by Jaap Schekkerman Presentation Abstract: Cyber Protection & Resilience are the Only Drivers for Successful Architecture today Sub-Title: There is No place Anymore for Enterprise and IT Architecture, if you can’ t deal with Current and Future Cyber Threats! Cyberspace has become a