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22 July 2021 / Guest Blog / Oscar O'Connor

A New Approach for a Changing World? The hardships and privations of 15 months (and counting) of pandemic lockdown in many developed countries has forced leaders in government, politics, industry, manufactures and commerce to adopt unfamiliar and, in s… Read more »

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15 July 2021 / Guest Blog / Oscar O'Connor

The Project Manager’s Dilemma and other Triangles When I started out in project management, my first mentor taught me about the mislabelled “Project Manager’s Dilemma”. He used to summarise it as being able to deliver a project or product quickly, chea… Read more »

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1 July 2021 / Cyber Security Community / Corix Partners

Corix Partners is active at a number of levels in the wider cyber security community in the UK and abroad. This is a summary of the activities which we have undertaken during Q2 2021.   Social Amplifier on Risk Management In a report released on 2… Read more »

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17 June 2021 / Strategy and Governance / JC Gaillard

Defence in depth is key, but why are we hearing so little about it? Time for a few hard truths   Frankly, this is starting to become embarrassing for some security professionals. In these columns, we have been writing about ransomware since 2016,… Read more »

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3 June 2021 / Strategy and Governance / JC Gaillard

But are the CISOs ready for it? A comment left on one of my articles made me think: How can cyber security leaders drive a long-term transformative agenda, with a business and a board that cannot see beyond the short-term? I see several angles worth di… Read more »

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13 May 2021 / JC's Column / JC Gaillard

Focusing ONLY on tactical firefighting is a major mistake, even in a global pandemic The last twelve month have changed things considerably for the CISO.  Cyber security has been centre-stage, and even more now after the SolarWinds and Colonial hacks…. Read more »

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29 April 2021 / Leadership Development / JC Gaillard

To start building solutions to the skills gap problem, it is key to look at it in all its dimensions.   The debate around the cyber security skills gap continues to ride fairly high on the security industry’s agenda, but to start building solution… Read more »

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22 April 2021 / Guest Blog / Arcus Global

Breaches of cyber security are a significant risk to every business and individual, but are increasingly affecting local government. Recovering from the February 2020 ransomware attack that reduced Redcar & Cleveland Council to using pen and paper… Read more »

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1 April 2021 / Cyber Security Community / Corix Partners

Corix Partners is active at a number of levels in the wider cyber security community in the UK and abroad. This is a summary of the activities which we have undertaken during Q1 2021.   Key Opinion Leader on Data Management, IoT Connectivity and R… Read more »

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18 March 2021 / JC's Column / JC Gaillard

Looking beyond stress, burnout, and scapegoating theories: What is really going on? This good piece from Dan Lohrmann on GovTech around the tenure of the CISO made me think (Why Do Chief Security Officers Leave Jobs So Often? — 28 Feb 2021). Overall, D… Read more »

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