Is your corporate culture desensitized to risk?
What retail executives should do in the post Home Depot/Target breach world In a race to the bottom, where companies are driving revenue mainly by reducing costs, there is pressure to accept […]
Shellshock hits where it hurts
Effect on Cloud and Personal Desktops It’s becoming customary to hear about vulnerabilities with commonly used utilities: cash registers, web servers, Internet security protocols, and operating systems. Concerns regarding breaches such as […]
Big Data Threat Risk Assessment (B-TRA): A New Approach for the Canadian Context
Established TRA guidelines, designed for confidential government contexts, do not always adapt easily to emerging contexts involving big data assets and data sharing. We suggest a new approach that integrates Canadian TRA […]
Threat Risk Assessments and Big Data: Time for a New Approach?
Current information security and privacy classifications are being applied with some difficulty to the environment of Big Data, which in the context of the public sector involves the emergence of large databases […]