Blog Posts Tagged with "Decisioning"
June 17, 2012 Added by:Thomas Fox
Collins has been looking at corporations for over 25 years to unlock the mystery of what makes a great company tick and discusses twelve questions that leaders must grapple with if they truly want to excel. This list is a good summary of questions that you can and should be posing to your compliance team...
May 26, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los
Bottom line is, you won't be able to force change no matter how much you yell, scream, or try to scare the leadership. Better security is a cultural change, it's a change that must be adopted for a purpose or organizational goal. Otherwise, you're throwing rocks against a brick wall...
May 17, 2012 Added by:Bill Gerneglia
Algorithms have infiltrated every application and industry on the planet. They cover standard operational control methods such as linear programming, process control and optimization, simulation, queuing, critical path analysis, project management and quality control...
April 06, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los
Practicing the OODA Loop for incident response is critical to making sure you avoid panic-induced decisions which could be catastrophic. If you're already formulating excuses as to why you won't be able to practice - just forget this altogether...
April 04, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los
There are any number of possible decisions to be made in an infosec OODA Loop cycle. Sometimes the most basic decision to be made is whether to act or to hold your position. Too often infosec tends to look at a potential event and assume that the response must be action...
March 22, 2012 Added by:Ed Bellis
When you dig into the issue of prioritization it can be complex. Adding to the complexity, factors are often different from organization to organization. I am all for breaking things down to their simplest parts by obfuscating the complex factors, not by eliminating them...
March 08, 2012 Added by:Michele Westergaard
An effective risk management process allows for decision making by management with the best likelihood of achieving the desired results. It is not meant to create a brick wall for management to operate within, but more of recommended parameter within which to operate...
February 04, 2012 Added by:Thomas Fox
It is better to consider the ripple effects of your decision making before throwing that rock into your company’s ethics pond. If you do not do so you can easily run the risk of consequences for which you may have no response for, yet be held accountable for in your company...
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