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Audit Week 2: Network Diagram

How current is the diagram of your network?  Or do you even have one?

Most organizations don’t update this document on a regular basis.  This simply isn’t a priority.   121 more words

Risk Management

ERAI Executive Conference - Featured Workshop - Risk Management for Electronic Component Distribution- Navigating Threats in the Electronic Component Supply Chain

Workshop Title: Risk Management for Electronic Component Distribution- Navigating Threats in the Electronic Component Supply Chain.

Duration: 90 Minutes

Instructor(s): Keith Gregory & Howard Miller… 561 more words

ERAI Executive Conference

Eliminating Blind Spots: Shifting Risk Focus from Technology to Business

By Ed Page, Managing Director, FSI IT Consulting Practice Leader, U.S.

and Jonathan Wyatt, IT Consulting Practice Leader, UK

Most organizations are critically dependent on technology to operate in the modern world. 512 more words

Information Technology

Getting Audited

Our firm has voluntarily requested an audit of our security practices by an independent third party.  We started this process as a result of a conversation during lunch with a prospective client.   192 more words

Security Assessments

"Blurred Lines" of Patent Interpretation

So What Does Blurred Lines Have To Do With Software Patents…

As we all know Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke’s Anthem was a financial windfall for the Gaye Estate/Family; they can be thankful that Marvin Gaye was a brilliant musical genius. 406 more words

Small-Businesses

Finding Innovation To Aid Global Infrastructure Strain?

Innovation and the larger picture of getting your business to be the first one to develop a product or service that can successfully relieve the stress of the current lacking infrastructure within our Towns, Cities, States and/or Countries.  689 more words

Small-Businesses

How companies assess your financial risk based only on your email address

An email address can reveal more about a person than one might think. Last week, a startup called Emailage raised $3.8 million in a series A round to build out its technology for determining risk based solely on email addresses. 291 more words