Tag: Corporate Governance

  • Application software in the cloud – power to the people

    I think that it might be a novel approach to build a flat cloud security control model centered around consumers (stake holders, users and developers) of business applications software and the performance of the cloud services that they consume. This might be a more productive and relevant control model than then the current complex, multiple layer, […]

  • Economic crime vulnerabilities

    The  key vulnerabilities of a business  to fraud and data loss are rooted in the  four sins of hubris: thinking, looking, fighting and denying. Hubris is defined as excessive pride or self-confidence, starting with the thought that fraud and data theft won’t happen to you.  Most firms look in the wrong direction, by focussing on external […]