Tag: security management

  • Debugging security

    There is an interesting analogy between between debugging software and debugging the security of your systems. As Brian W. Kernighan and Rob Pike wrote in “The Practice of Programming” As personal choice, we tend not to use debuggers beyond getting a stack trace or the value of a variable or two. One reason is that it is […]

  • Security and the theory of constraints

    Security management is tricky.  It’s not only about technical controls and good software development practice. It’s also about management responsibility. If you remember TOC ( Theory of Constraints, invented by Dr. Eli Goldratt about 40 years ago) there is only 1 key constraint that limits system (or company) performance to achieve it’s goal. So – what […]

  • Moving your data to the cloud – sense and sensibility

    Data governance  is a sine qua non to protect your data in the cloud. Data governance is of particular importance for the cloud service delivery model which is philosophically different from the traditional IT product delivery model. In a product delivery model, it is difficult for a corporate IT group to quantify asset value and data […]