Tag Archives: metrics

Cybersecurity Lessons from the Pandemic: Data – Part 2

– Having discussed issues relating to the collection and reporting of COVID-19 data in Part 1, we now turn to cyberspace, even though the jury is still out regarding much of the pandemic data. Equivalent situations to those described with respect to the pandemic regarding deficiencies in the…

Value and Uncertainty in Pandemic Metrics

– New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s daily briefings have become a mainstay of support for many during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially with New York being the initial epicenter of the disease in the U.S. It is clear that Cuomo’s polished slide presentations have been developed by consultants…

Security Metrics, Application Security and Cancer Research

– I would not have thought that there would be a relationship among security metrics, application security and cancer research until I read an article in the Sunday Magazine section of the June 17, 2018 New York Times by Siddhartha Mukherjee with the lengthy title “A way of thinking about cancer…

Security Metrics, Recency Bias and Availability Heuristics

– I “recently” came across an article by Tom Chatfield with the title “The Trouble with Big Data? It’s Called The ‘Recency Bias,’” which is available at http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20160605-the-trouble-with-big-data-its-called-the-recency-bias The article was published on June 5,…

Big, Small and Personal Data

– There have been many articles of late bemoaning the fact that personal data are being collected in ever-vaster amounts and being analyzed to build broader profiles of each and every one of us that lead to targeted marketing and fraudulent activities. There have been many questions raised about how…