I recently read a blog where the writer used the term “calculated risk.” Do you know how you calculate risk? Do you use a repeatable process to calculate risk? Have you evaluated your process to ensure you get feedback from various perspectives? If not, then your calculations of risk are likely myopic in a human… Continue reading Calculated Risk
I received my new Mace picks from Sparrows lock picks this afternoon. I’m looking forward to practicing with them.
I got an email on one of my domains today. It was sent to an account I don’t have so it fell into a catchall account for that domain and was forwarded to an account I monitor. The email informed me that the sender had hacked some account of mine, monitored me accessing sexually explicit… Continue reading Not Spam, Not Phishing
There are many ways a business can be exposed to risks and some of them can seem like great ideas. While I visiting a retail location recently, I noticed this sign. The agency’s commitment to resource conservation is commendable and their creative approach seems to empower all customers while lowering the social bar… Continue reading Creatively Exposing Your Business to Risk
Business solutions can be described from different views. Architecturally these views can be generated as conceptual, logical and physical. Each of these layers considers business in different terms. These views can and should be considered holistically to gain a fuller understanding of the business. Another way we can generate views of the business is to… Continue reading Value of Architecture – Post 1