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Martin Hopkins, Maurice Smit

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If you've studied SABSA to foundation level, you may recall how systemic risk navigates the domain model. If a risk materialises in a domain, the impact it has can act on the superdomain causing a risk event to occur there. Ok, simples right? W
With hindsight, declaring a risk an unknown unknown is often no more than an admission of a lack of foresight, a lack of imagination. How many risks that are actually realised were really inconceivable in advance? Risk identification is a proce
The last two years have seen changes that few were prepared for. In the aftermath we can argue whether it was a black swan, grey rhino, or octarine unicorn event but ultimately once the overture is done what matters is your ability to adapt to
Is your risk management one-sided, designed to minimise the likelihood and negative impacts of uncertain events. How is the uncertainty of events with positive business impacts managed? Not by the security team or using the same risk management
News of business impacts from the realisation of cyber risks is all around us. Many of the largest breaches in recent years have involved one or more suppliers in some way. Few will be unaware of Sunburst/Solorigate, and many will have been dir
The desire for privacy is nothing new, but societal expectations have certainly come a long way since the middle ages. Over the last two decades many have seen additional rights enshrined in law. Businesses increasingly face sanctions for not
The information security field is awash with certifications. To an outsider many job adverts, in what is increasingly a sellers market, are full of impenetrable acronyms. But who do all these certifications serve? Is the content relevant and do
Enlightened risk management frameworks say we should manage risks to the business within the risk appetite. But what is the risk appetite? Can anyone in the organisation articulate it beyond vague statements such as “medium risk appetite”, “pru
Do you trust your network? Did you resist the lure of cloud services and network virtualisation, content with your on premise network security, only to suffer from attackers or malware able to move laterally at will? Did you have a perimeter ba
What threats does your project, or business, face? What opportunities have you identified that you could pursue? What strengths do you have that you can leverage to achieve your goals? What weaknesses might hold you back or cause you to fail? U
Does the CISO own all cyber related risks to the business? It depends, but in many businesses that is the default position. Who is responsible for risk identification and analysis; identification, rating and selection of treatment options; and
In our previous episode we referenced not being in business to be compliant. Of course, that doesn't mean that compliance is never important; in some instances, it is critical to maintaining a licence to operate in an industry or market.Complia
Ransomware does not appear to have fallen victim to the pandemic. On the contrary, successful attacks appear to have increased and the impacts are escalating too. Hardly a day goes by without news of another ransomware attack on a prominent org
In the light of recurring instances of security issues in foundational components of modern IT and software stacks, and the superfast world our businesses are operating in, Maurice and Martin talk about trust. What can it mean to say we trust a
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