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Common Enemies — Part III

October 3, 2018
Common Enemies — Part III

Working with intelligent machines. People with different world views will unite when they have a common enemy. I believe we have major “enemies” that have the potential to unite people across the globe: Climate Change — Part I, Technological Disruption — Part II, Cybersecurity — Part III, and Economic Bifurcation — Part IV (significant economic […]

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Applecyber

March 9, 2016 0 Comments
Applecyber

Last week I posted my thoughts on Tim Cook and how he is handling the FBI security grab controversy. I refrained from stating how I felt about the issue in order to stay focused on Mr. Cook’s leadership. This week, I will wade in on the technology, privacy and security issue. First, let me make […]

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Leadership, Responsibility and Data Security

December 11, 2014 0 Comments
Leadership, Responsibility and Data Security

Question [Updated 4/2/16] Here’s a question: Do we as business leaders wish to leave our Enterprise Resource Planning, Customer Data and Market Data systems security to chance or government? The many constant stories about data breaches and this year’s argument between Apple and the FBI is what begs this question for me. (Here’s where I came […]

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Security is “in the news.” What can we learn?

August 28, 2013
Security is “in the news.” What can we learn?

I can’t help but chuckle as politicians, who most likely think a “server” is the guy in the tuxedo waiting on their table, opine on how the NSA should run their IT system security. What a joke! I don’t make this statement as a knee-jerk supporter of one political party or another. Rather, I say […]

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