Posts categorized: Architecture and Design

10 February 2022 / Architecture and Design / JC Gaillard

Stop buying more tech for the sake of it and start focusing on the decluttering of your cyber security landscape.   For the past two decades, most large organizations have kept addressing cyber security as a purely technical problem. And let’s fac… Read more »

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11 November 2021 / Architecture and Design / JC Gaillard

There are real issues in the security operations space but buying more tools won’t help   This 2021 survey from TrendMicro (“Security Operations on the Backfoot: How poor tooling is taking its toll on security analysts” – October 2021) paints a sl… Read more »

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23 May 2019 / Architecture and Design / JC Gaillard

A symptom of the unhealthy relationship between cyber security and large firms As we reach one of the high points of each year’s conference season, one has to reflect once more on the staggering number of products and vendors active across the cybersec… Read more »

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9 May 2019 / Architecture and Design / JC Gaillard

Blind trust is no longer enough in the era of GDPR Clouds are those blurred masses of condensed watery vapor floating in the sky whose gloomy nature often leads to questionings around their true physical state. Are they really tangible? Could we touch… Read more »

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14 February 2019 / Architecture and Design / JC Gaillard

Security basics should be part of any MVP. Period After almost 5 years (at least) of constant media coverage around IoT privacy invasions and security breaches, it is staggering to see some sectors of the tech industry apparently still struggling with… Read more »

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19 July 2018 / Architecture and Design, Strategy and Governance / JC Gaillard

Spectacular recent developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) are feeding many fantasies in the world of cybersecurity. Almost everything can be heard on the topic, from the looming obsolescence of even the best defence solutions to an open war betwe… Read more »

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16 March 2017 / Architecture and Design / JC Gaillard

In a previous article, we pointed out how millennials – whose digital-nativeness is often praised by employers – are actually endowed with less cybersecurity-savviness than their more senior co-workers. A key consequence of this is their failure to dis… Read more »

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19 January 2017 / Architecture and Design / JC Gaillard

As the Blockchain technology gains acceptance, we need to look beyond simplistic parallels The Blockchain technology has gained a lot of hype over recent years as more and more industry players have started building up potential use cases. Its emergenc… Read more »

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8 September 2016 / Architecture and Design / Neil Cordell

What do Start-ups focus on and why? Since the Dot Com Boom around 2000, technology related start-ups have been come common place and may even be viewed as the norm. This can be attributed to the relative low cost of creating some technology based produ… Read more »

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30 June 2016 / Architecture and Design / Neil Cordell

Cloud Computing Today Since Corix Partners started to look at cyber security in the Cloud, its adoption has continued to grow.  This is not only attributable to the continued pressure on cost but more importantly due to the realisation that the Cloud c… Read more »

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