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Andrew Avanessian
June 24th, 2016

Does a younger board make for a more secure organization?

A recent survey conducted by the Financial Times (FT) revealed that just four FTSE 100 companies had board members under the age of 40. Though perhaps this is unsurprising when we think about a traditional corporate hierarchy, the implications of an older board that does not have the digital threat landscape at the top of their agenda could result in a security headache.

 

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Yahoo what?

Following the Yahoo breach many users are concerned about their online safety and what to do next. As with all data breaches although a lot of the issues are beyond the control of the user there are some straightforward measures that they can take to be as safe as possible online.

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Building bridges to a more connected security environment

For a long time, the threat intelligence landscape could be likened to an archipelago; a collection of islands. There were a few bridges here and there but the various islands remained largely inaccessible. It became clear, however, that in this era of rapidly evolving and advanced threats, we needed to find a way to build those bridges, to join the dots and ensure each part of the ‘security archipelago’ is not only connected, but integrated, with open channels of communication.

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Keep on Running: Why UX is like the Olympic 100m

All around the world – across industries, technologies, and in organisations of every size — user experience has never been more prominent. There are more people working in the field, more resources dedicated to understanding humans and designing for them, and more focus on how products and services are making people feel.

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It’s a bug, Jim, but not as we know it

Somewhere, in most organizations’ bug-tracking system, there’s a dark corner. It’s a place where – at best – people go to have an opinionated argument. At worst, it’s a place that bugs go to die. It’s the usability bug receptacle.

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Komma-leons: What punctuation tells us about changing with the environment

A few weeks ago, I happened to listen to a radio programme on how punctuation came to exist. This remarkably interesting half hour revealed to me how something that we now see as finished, complete, and solid is in fact the result of invention, evolution, and technical advance.

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