Our Continuously Connected Lives: Benefits and Risks

The Internet of Things (or IoT) is already here. As I described last week, it has already been misused to launch the largest DDoS (or Distributed Denial of Service) attack in history. Attacks against cyber security writer Brian Krebs and a French Internet service provider moved the record flood rate from 363 Gbps to 620 […]
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Communicating with Emotional Intelligence

I recently got a $300 refund from a company that did not want to give me anything at all. Here’s how Emotional Intelligence made that possible. I’m not one of those people who instantly grasps how other people are feeling (just ask my wife). As a project leader and department manager, improving my Emotional Intelligence has been critical for me […]
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Cyber Security Responsibilities for Your Organization

Does your CFO know how to wire in a new Ethernet jack in a meeting room? Can your net tech read a P&L? If you are in an organization like 99% of those in the world, the answer to both questions is probably, “No”. Just as your employees have different responsibilities with respect to the […]
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Does Cybercrime Differ from Physical Crime?

Today’s post is a bit different than my previous posts. The idea is to engender discussions within teams or other groups. Below I present a scenario and some questions about it. The scenario focuses on the week 3 topic (Cybercrime) of National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Imagine a small town or village: a place with […]
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How Does Power BI Fit Into My Business Intelligence Plans?

Things change pretty fast in the business intelligence arena. Terms can change pretty fast, too. A little more than a year ago, many people used the phrase “Power BI” to refer to Excel Add-Ins of particular interest in BI, notably Power Pivot and Power Query. Now, the same phrase refers to a distinct and separate […]
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