Entries Categorized as 'Strategic Planning'
by Jay Heiser | August 3, 2012 | Comments Off
If you wanted to sabotage a trading system, you might set out to design suicide mechanisms that look very much like today’s automated trading mechanisms. Blaming Knight Capital’s screwed pooch on ‘software bug’ is a simplistic and flawed starting point for understanding the bigger risk picture. Automated mechanisms within trading systems act as positive feedback [...]
Category: Policy risk management Strategic Planning Tags: brittleness, cascading failure, reliability, resiliency, systemic risk, too big to fail
by Jay Heiser | February 10, 2011 | 2 Comments
by Jay Heiser | July 28, 2010 | 1 Comment
Determining if we have an immediate need to expand today’s 1,000 cyberwar technologists by 10-30x would be like solving global warming by immediately stopping the use of fossil fuel. It may well be the right approach, but you can’t know for sure until after it is too late.
Category: security Strategic Planning Tags: career path, CISA, CISSP, IISP, security, skills