Tag Archives: pandemic

Cybersecurity Lessons from the Pandemic: Metrics and Decision-Making

– We have discussed previously, such as in my May 18, 2020 BlogInfoSec column, some of the more challenging characteristics of data, such as those relating to value and uncertainty, which are generally not given adequate consideration. This is because these types of data may be much more costly and…

Security Risks during Recovery and Repair

– With “all hands-on deck” battling the coronavirus pandemic, it is difficult to turn one’s attention to recovery and reconstruction of the many organizations that have had to be reduced or closed down Yet now is the time to be planning and preparing for recovery and rebuilding, as some…

H1N1 Threat Overblown? Information Security Relevance? A Logic Proof

– “H1N1 was totally overblown. Nothing really terrible happened. No one suffered a pandemic and the resulting deaths were less in number than the deaths from the regular flu.” That’s a paraphrase of what some colleagues said to me. This sentiment is now echoed in the mainstream…