The anniversary of 9/11 reminds us all of the epic fail of our country’s security intelligence capability. What can we do to ensure our own information security intelligence is robust and reliable?
On September 5 and 6, 2012 – Canada hosted the Organization of American States (OAS) Roundtable Discussion for Cybersecurity Policymakers where senior officials from Member States of the OAS including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Uruguay and the U.S. exchanged best practices and strategies for enhancing cybersecurity. OAS, through the Inter-American Committee against Terrorism (CICTE) and the Cybersecurity Program, reaffirmed and solidified its commitment is committed to developing and furthering the cybersecurity agenda in the Americas.
Most people don’t enjoy planning. Everyone seems to want to get right down to “doing.” But if you want your project to be successful, make sure you start with a good plan, follow it, and maintain it!
Is your enterprise architecture a coherent whole, or an unplanned sprawl?
It’s normal to facilitate planning by instituting governance, work flow, review boards, and other mechanisms. But how much is too much? What is the right balance?