CRQ, Zero Trust, NACD, and Risk Treatment Options

Here is a mega update on several items I’ve been working on lately. First, I did a podcast with ThreatConnect talking about CRQ. We did a bit of a retrospective on the FAIR book as well which was nice. Next is a piece I wrote for ISACA about how to not over-respond to current workContinue reading “CRQ, Zero Trust, NACD, and Risk Treatment Options”

Positive Risk, ISACA Journal, and more NIST

ISACA asked me to write a short piece on my Journal article about risk communication. They published that here. I also wrote a blog post for the @ISACA newsletter about the trouble with positive risk. Lastly, NIST released an update to their ERM-Cyber integration standard and my friends at the FAIR Institute asked me toContinue reading “Positive Risk, ISACA Journal, and more NIST”

ZombieLoad, Business Acumen, HITRUST, and DHS Directive

As a part of my new role with RiskLens, I’ve been publishing several articles. Included here is a recap of my work over the past month: The ZombieLoad speculative execution bug raised the specter of a possible 40% hit in performance. I gave a plan to evaluate this new bug in the context of riskContinue reading “ZombieLoad, Business Acumen, HITRUST, and DHS Directive”

ICYMI: Digital Transformation

I wrote an article to help ISACA introduce its Digital Transformation research in the Financial Services industry. There are some interesting findings in here about AI, IOT, Cryptocurrency, and Blockchain.   My article in Bankingexchange.com is here ISACA’s Digital Transformation Barometer research is here

Smart Contracts

I was interviewed for, and quoted in, this ISACA publication around Smart Contracts. Upon reflection, what we are really seeing is just a continuation of the concept of Code = Law as pointed out by Lawrence Lessig in his 1999 book, Code and Other Law of Cyberspace. The Smart Contracts doc is a free downloadContinue reading “Smart Contracts”