niksilver + dopost   2235

Palm is back (sort of), and it built a tiny smartphone sidekick
"A startup out of California now uses the Palm name, and it's serious about breathing new life into the brand. [...] its first smartphone — known simply as the Palm — is a minuscule device you're meant to carry around when you don't want to bring your main iPhone or Galaxy along."
palm  hardware  phone  dopost 
2 days ago by niksilver
Hackers access 50 million Facebook profiles | Revue
"The attack relied on a confluence of three separate bugs. Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai and Jason Koebler at Motherboard have a good, succinct explanation of how the attack worked..."
facebook  security  hacking  dopost 
3 days ago by niksilver
Kanye West Has Literally the Worst iPhone Passcode You Could Ever Have - Motherboard
"In a clip of Kanye West meeting with President Donald Trump broadcast and then shared on social media Thursday, the superstar is seen unlocking his iPhone before getting access. The apparent passcode? Well it’s just hammering the bottom key as much as possible really: 000000."
security  kanye_west  failure  dopost 
3 days ago by niksilver
A military expert explains why social media is the new battlefield - The Verge
"LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media is a look at the role social media plays in modern conflict."
social_media  interview  book  facebook  twitter  war  russia  dopost 
5 days ago by niksilver
Planning fallacy - Wikipedia
"The planning fallacy, first proposed by Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky in 1979,[1][2] is a phenomenon in which predictions about how much time will be needed to complete a future task display an optimism bias and underestimate the time needed."
planning  cognitive_bias  psychology  dopost 
6 days ago by niksilver
A basic principle most people don’t understand about risk | Norman Marks on Governance, Risk Management, and Audit
"Almost everybody makes a fundamental error when it comes to assessing a risk [...] They show the level of risk as a point: the likelihood of a potential impact or consequence. But 99% of the time this is wrong. 99% of the time, there is a range of potential consequences, each with its own likelihood."
risk_management  security  report  dopost  uncertainty 
7 days ago by niksilver
Project Strobe: Protecting your data, improving our third-party APIs, and sunsetting consumer Google+
Security is hard. Google takes the nuclear option... "Finding 1: There are significant challenges in creating and maintaining a successful Google+ product that meets consumers’ expectations. Action 1: We are shutting down Google+ for consumers."
google_plus  security  social_network  dopost  google 
9 days ago by niksilver
String of own goals by Russian spies exposes a strange sloppiness | World news | The Guardian
Beware your data trail: "...researchers from Bellingcat and the Insider also recognised that the men were issued sequentially numbered passports by a special division..."
data  social_media  spying  russia  failure  dopost 
13 days ago by niksilver
Conspectus Risk Assessment & Management Strategies
"GRASP is technically a soft-systems methodology that uses multi-stakeholder perspectives to make it easier for any management team to determine what should be done to ensure its projects go forward successfully, its strategic planning is sustainable and its critical decisions more likely to gain widespread support. The methodology makes it easier to identify less obvious but nonetheless important opportunities, search for underlying causes of risk to the project and better define the inevitable uncertainties and assumptions present in all projects."
risk_management  book  dopost 
25 days ago by niksilver
Practitioners in a box | Norman Marks on Governance, Risk Management, and Audit
"Successful leaders are constantly challenging themselves and fixing things even if they are not broken – yet."
management  change  leadership  dopost 
4 weeks ago by niksilver
I am Bruce Schneier, cybersecurity expert, author, and #PublicInterestTech AMA : IAmA
"Q: Do you see any way in which the market would reward security and longevity for technology? [...] A: Yes, the market will reward it if it is forced to. Think of laws and regulation as establishing the playing field for the market to operate in. Once society demands -- through the levels of policy -- security and longevity, the market will figure out how to provide it cheaply and efficiently and effectively. Markets are good at that. What they're terrible at is societal direction."
security  society  regulation  market_forces  economics  dopost  interview 
5 weeks ago by niksilver
Welcome | RAML
"RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML) makes it easy to manage the whole API lifecycle from design to sharing. It's concise - you only write what you need to define - and reusable. It is machine readable API design that is actually human friendly."
apis  design  modelling  dopost  rest 
5 weeks ago by niksilver
Lessons from being a parent that apply to your start-up and vice versa.
"Nothing is easy, the Instagram moment is the result of many sunk hours of perspiration and preparation."
startups  advice  children  dopost 
6 weeks ago by niksilver
What we're buying: A potent audio sampler that fits in your pocket
"See, the KO is a pretty full featured sampler that fits in your pocket. And since I got the rubberized case too, I can actually put it in my pocket and not worry too much about it getting damaged. Now instead of scrolling through Instagram or endlessly checking email while I'm waiting at the optometrist or on the bus, I can sit and bang out a little tune."
music  musical_instrument  hardware  dopost  pocket_operator 
6 weeks ago by niksilver
Revenge of the PMO | Silicon Valley Product Group
"From all that I have read and heard, I would not want to work in a company using a process like this. I can’t imagine any of the strong tech product companies I know choosing to move to SAFe, and if for some reason they did, I’m pretty certain their top talent would leave."
safe  agile  product_management  dopost 
7 weeks ago by niksilver
Measuring quality across different teams – Compare The Market – Medium
"Agreeing on the right set of metrics for a single team is on its own very difficult, but the truth is that you can’t let it stop you. Here at CompareTheMarket, we have in place what we call the Immune System."
testing  quality  quality_assurance  measurement  dopost  metrics  case_study 
7 weeks ago by niksilver
I Just Hacked a State Election. I’m 17. And I’m Not Even a Very Good Hacker. - POLITICO Magazine
"It took me around 10 minutes to crash the upcoming midterm elections. Once I accessed the shockingly simple and vulnerable set of tables that make up the state election board’s database, I was able to shut down the website that would tally the votes, bringing the election to a screeching halt."
voting  hacking  elections  dopost 
8 weeks ago by niksilver
Being a start-up CTO (or ‘how I fired myself enough times to finally become CTO’)
"It’s one challenge to be CTO in a ‘normal’ startup, it’s quite a separate challenge to also be at the forefront of a new category. I’ll post separately about the category challenges, but first, here’s my functional CTO story..."
jobs  scalability  startups  product_management  dopost  learning 
9 weeks ago by niksilver
Testing Strategies in a Microservice Architecture
"Here, we plan to discuss a number of approaches for managing the additional testing complexity of multiple independently deployable components as well as how to have tests and the application remain correct despite having multiple teams each acting as guardians for different services."
microservices  testing  architecture  dopost 
9 weeks ago by niksilver
ReMarkable tablet review: The high price of getting that paper feeling | Ars Technica
"But the company reMarkable is trying to expand E Ink's use with the reMarkable paper tablet, a slab with a 10.3-inch E Ink display and an included stylus. Not only is it meant to be a reading device, but the reMarkable is designed to replace pretty much any papers you have to bring with you anywhere—books, documents, notes, sketches, and the like."
review  tablets  productivity  dopost  hardware 
9 weeks ago by niksilver
Georgia defends voting system despite 243-percent turnout in one precinct | Ars Technica
"Georgia is one of four states in the US that continues to use voting machines with no ability to provide voters a paper record so that they can verify the machine counted their vote correctly."
voting  security  failure  dopost 
10 weeks ago by niksilver
ferd.ca -> The Zen of Erlang
"If you've ever looked at Erlang before, you've heard about that "Let it crash" motto. My first encounter with it had me wondering what the hell this was about. Erlang was supposed to be great for concurrency and fault tolerance, and here I was being told to let things crash..."
presentation  erlang  programming  distributed_computing  dopost 
11 weeks ago by niksilver
Goodbye Microservices: From 100s of problem children to 1 superstar · Segment Blog
"It seemed as if we were falling from the microservices tree, hitting every branch on the way down. Instead of enabling us to move faster, the small team found themselves mired in exploding complexity. Essential benefits of this architecture became burdens. As our velocity plummeted, our defect rate exploded."
microservices  failure  architecture  dopost 
july 2018 by niksilver
Axiologik | Turning The Tides – 8 Key Areas Of Exploration For Leadership Grappling With Struggling Programmes
"...a fair chunk of our work is helping clients understand where transformation programmes are struggling and then working closely with them to establish and execute recovery plans. Typically, the challenges we find clients facing boil down into 8 key areas and we thought it may be of use to list those out..."
transformation  failure  dopost 
july 2018 by niksilver
Why the fuss about serverless? – Hacker Noon
"If it helps, serverless is roughly where Infrastructure as a Service (e.g. cloud) was in late 2007. [...] If you currently have regrets about not moving fast enough back then, just know you’re about to make the same mistake again."
business_strategy  serverless  cloud_computing  dopost  devops 
july 2018 by niksilver
How Adobe productivity increased after an executive leaked HR plans to press - Business Insider Deutschland
"Rather than rely on the human resources team to conduct sessions or base compensation off of feedback from those sessions, the new system asked leaders throughout the company take charge of the process and compensate employees based on things like performance."
adobe  remuneration  performance  human_resources  management  dopost 
july 2018 by niksilver
New information about cyber risk is alarming | Norman Marks on Governance, Risk Management, and Audit
"Six in ten (56%) report that their organisation has suffered a ransomware attack in the last 12 months, compared to under half (48%) who said the same in 2016. Of those whose organisation has suffered a ransomware attack in the last 12 months, they have had to defend against five ransomware attacks during this period, on average."
risk_management  ransomware  dopost  security 
july 2018 by niksilver
The Shocking Secret About Static Types – JavaScript Scene – Medium
"When it comes to bug reduction, I think it’s fair to say: Static types are overrated. But when it comes to other features, static types are still cool, and may still be worth using. Bottom line: You want to reduce bugs? Use TDD. You want useful code intelligence tools? Use static types."
software  bugs  testing  test_driven_development  dopost  javascript  typescript 
july 2018 by niksilver
Why hypothetical thinking is only a pale imitation of real life | Oliver Burkeman | Life and style | The Guardian
"Hypothetical thinking, in short, can only ever be a pale imitation of real life. On balance, that’s good news: a reason to worry less about the future, and trust that, if the situation you’re fretting about occurs, you might surprise yourself by knowing precisely what to do."
decision_making  psychology  dopost 
june 2018 by niksilver
The man who was fired by a machine - BBC News
"The story of Mr Diallo's sacking by machine began when his entry pass to the Los Angeles skyscraper where his office was based failed to work, forcing him to rely on the security guard to allow him entry."
artificial_intelligence  jobs  failure  weird  dopost 
june 2018 by niksilver
The crooked timber of humanity | 1843
"The world’s first national data network was constructed in France during the 1790s. It was a mechanical telegraph system, consisting of chains of towers, each of which had a system of movable wooden arms on top."
history  crime  security  hacking  dopost  networks 
june 2018 by niksilver
Slack’s Stewart Butterfield on coping with rapid growth | Financial Times
"Trust is like “gravity”, he says, “it falls off very quickly”."
trust  slack  interview  leadership  dopost 
june 2018 by niksilver
Why automated continuous integration is a must for microservices success
"Microservice architectures put a tremendous amount of pressure on the testing infrastructure. You need to have a good CI strategy and automated testing harness to make sure that you can test all the edge cases and all the different integration points between the services."
microservices  continuous_deployment  testing  automation  dopost  advice 
june 2018 by niksilver
MicroservicePrerequisites
"...with microservices there are serious consequences for operations[...]. Consequently if you don't have certain baseline competencies, you shouldn't consider using the microservice style."
advice  micropayments  dopost 
june 2018 by niksilver
Should we “tear up the risk appetite” statement? | Norman Marks on Governance, Risk Management, and Audit
"[Lauren Gow says] A risk appetite document is a vertical silo tool. And it is being used during a period when most businesses are pushing for more horizontal, integrated ways of working."
risk_management  dopost 
may 2018 by niksilver
Elon Musk wants to crowdsource truth, but that’s not how the internet works - The Verge
"[Elon Musk's] Pravda is not just a bad idea; it’s a dangerous one for the internet, truth, and democracy. Let me explain why."
truth  crowdsourcing  propaganda  analysis  dopost 
may 2018 by niksilver
Carillion - Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and Work and Pensions Committees - House of Commons
"Carillion’s rise and spectacular fall was a story of recklessness, hubris and greed. Its business model was a relentless dash for cash, driven by acquisitions, rising debt, expansion into new markets and exploitation of suppliers."
carrillion  report  dopost  risk_management  failure 
may 2018 by niksilver
Let’s play the blame game! Never In The Office
"Dammit, I’m the boss. I’m in charge and I’m in control! If I say we don’t have a blame culture, we don’t have one. If you don’t agree, then you’re the problem. In other words it’s your fault!"
blame  working_practices  dopost 
may 2018 by niksilver
In the lab with Xbox’s new Adaptive Controller, which may change gaming forever | Ars Technica
"When it came to designing a more accessible controller, though, members of the design team had to get into a mindset outside of the standard controller use cases they were familiar with. Thus, again and again, a mantra was repeated during the preview event: by leaving any gamers in the cold, the standard controller just wasn't good enough."
xbox  accessibility  hardware  inclusivity  dopost 
may 2018 by niksilver
The journey to an agile organization at Zalando | McKinsey & Company
"We evolved a simple prioritization model to focus on the customer, on company priorities, and on local priorities; this was an incredible unlocking mechanism, allowing people to make decisions without needing to align. Simultaneously through that, we managed to significantly reduce work in progress."
agile  case_study  clothing  dopost 
may 2018 by niksilver
Digging deep for organizational innovation | McKinsey & Company
"Hilcorp began embracing agile practices long before they were buzzwords, has put in place an innovative compensation system emphasizing fairness and shared rewards, and is comfortable that only half of the goals emerging from its planning process will be met."
agile  beyond_budgeting  oil_industry  dopost  case_study 
may 2018 by niksilver
a16z Podcast: Feedback Loops — Company Culture, Change, and DevOps – Andreessen Horowitz
"But what is DevOps, really? And beyond the definitions and history, where does DevOps fit into the broader history and landscape of other tech movements (such as lean manufacturing, agile development, lean startups, microservices)? Finally, what kinds of companies are truly receptive to change, beyond so-called organizational “maturity” scores? And for pete’s sake, can we figure out how to measure software productivity already?? All this and more in this episode!"
devops  productivity  podcast  interview  dopost 
may 2018 by niksilver
Babe Ruth and Feature Lists – GV Library
"I asked the group to pretend they each had one hundred dollars of Google’s money to spend. How would they stack formatting bugs against these other improvements? [...] One woman said: “I spend one hundred dollars on formatting, then I take another hundred of my own money out of my own damn wallet and spend that on fixing formatting.”"
features  product_development  product_management  google_docs  dopost  prioritisation 
april 2018 by niksilver
Ray Ozzie’s plan for unlocking encrypted phones gets a chilly reception | Ars Technica
"Almost as soon as the Wired article was published, security experts and privacy advocates took to social media to criticize Clear. Little of their critiques was new."
cryptography  patent  mobiles  crime  dopost 
april 2018 by niksilver
PCI-DSS and continuous deployment at Etsy - Continuous Delivery
"At DevOpsDays Mountain View I was lucky enough to get some time with Michael Rembetsy, Director of Operations Engineering at Etsy, which manages to be PCI-DSS compliant while practicing continuous deployment. In this short interview, he describes how they do it."
pci_compliance  compliance  devops  continuous_deployment  dopost 
april 2018 by niksilver
Exclusive: Chat is Google’s next big fix for Android’s messaging mess - The Verge
"Given how fractious the history has been here, I’m sort of impressed that Google got everybody to call this feature “Chat” instead of “AT&T super premium advanced messaging plus” or whatever. As of this writing, 55 carriers, 11 OEMs, and two operating system providers have all pledged to either adopt or switch over to the system."
google  messaging  telecoms  android  chat  dopost 
april 2018 by niksilver
ImmutableServer
"An Immutable Server is [...] a server that once deployed, is never modified, merely replaced with a new updated instance.2
devops  automation  dopost 
april 2018 by niksilver
High performing teams know more about trust
"Delivering something on-time is key to building trust. But customers can distrust people who want to limit scope in order to achieve early deliverables. Previous disappointments (they never got the functionality they wanted) mean they assume the first release will be the only one. So they include everything in a gold plated wish-list through lack of trust."
trust  delivery  teams  dopost 
april 2018 by niksilver
Causal Capital: Self-Healing Risk Solutions
"Perhaps one of the learning takeaways we should acknowledge with Self-Healing Risk Solutions is that the concept reverses the function of reliability to scale, in that the larger and more complex the scale, the more effective, efficient and reliable you become."
risk_management  power_distribution  scalability  self_healing_systems  dopost 
april 2018 by niksilver
Cyber security and information risk guidance for Audit Committees - National Audit Office (NAO)
"Audit committees should be scrutinising cyber security arrangements. To aid them, this guidance complements government advice by setting out high-level questions and issues for audit committees to consider."
auditing  risk_management  cyber_security  security  dopost 
march 2018 by niksilver
Four ways to keep the daily scrum from being about status | Scrum.org
"The heart of the daily scrum is to use it as a micro planning and coordination session for the next 24 hours, not so everyone can share their status. Status can be gleaned from a simple task board, a burndown, a burnup, or other information radiators."
scrum  advice  dopost 
march 2018 by niksilver
Risk Management – The 3 Lines of Defense for Good Risk Management
"Today, a new governance model is gaining popularity. The “three lines of defense” (3LoD) model mobilizes three separate groups—business managers, central risk and compliance management teams, and internal auditors—to work together at different stages to provide increased protection against an ever-widening array of risks."
risk_management  management  auditing  dopost 
march 2018 by niksilver
The limits of our language… – Risk Reflections
"And after more than 10 years in audit, risk management and compliance, I think it is the risk functions who have to adapt their language and thinking more to business and management. It is not (primarily) management who needs to be educated more about (downside) risks and formal, heuristic risk “management tools”, periodic review of risk registers and dots on heat maps."
risk_management  language  dopost 
march 2018 by niksilver
How Amazon Became Corporate America’s Nightmare
"Other companies become verbs because of their products: to Google or to Xerox. Amazon became a verb because of the damage it can inflict on other companies. To be Amazoned means to have your business crushed because the company got into your industry. And fear of being Amazoned has become such a defining feature of commerce, it’s easy to forget the phenomenon has arisen mostly in about three years."
amazon  business_strategy  dopost 
march 2018 by niksilver
Introducing Buffer's Salary Calculator & New Salary Formula
"It’s been over 2 years since we first shared our transparent salary formula; we’ve been truly blown away by the response we’ve seen."
salaries  transparency  openness  buffer  dopost  management 
march 2018 by niksilver
A beginner’s guide to using My Get Me There: Manchester’s hilarious attempt at reinventing London’s…
"Those of you who haven’t given up by this point might say that all of these rules and regs negate the benefits of a ticketless system. [...] If that’s the case, you honestly may as well bail out here because you ain’t seen nothing yet."
ticketing  product_development  launch  manchester  public_transport  dopost 
march 2018 by niksilver
‘Blockchain’ is meaningless - The Verge
“A bunch of states are really in a rush to pass some sort of legislation to demonstrate how crypto-friendly or tech-savvy they are, [...] Many of them are putting definitions of blockchain technology in these statutes, and from my perspective, they are very problematic definitions.”
blockchain  law  dopost 
march 2018 by niksilver
What is an Influence Diagram? | Analytica Software
"An influence diagram is an intuitive visual display of a decision problem. It depicts the key elements, including decisions, uncertainties, and objectives as nodes of various shapes and colors. It shows influences among them as arrows."
uncertainty  visualisation  decision_making  dopost 
march 2018 by niksilver
Amazon admits Alexa is creepily laughing at people and is working on a fix - The Verge
"Over the past few days, users with Alexa-enabled devices have reported hearing strange, unprompted laughter. Amazon responded to the creepiness in a statement to The Verge, saying, “We’re aware of this and working to fix it.”"
weird  amazon  amazon_alexa  artificial_intelligence  dopost 
march 2018 by niksilver
The Agile Coaching DNA – ChangingDojo – Medium
"To provide this enablement, Agile Coaches can work on five elements (see the image above): Catalyse Improvement, Promote Awareness, Boost Ownership, Develop Competencies, and Facilitate Barrier Removal."
agile  coaching  dopost 
march 2018 by niksilver
Causal Capital: The shape of risk
"Risk practitioners who evaluate risk as a single number will miss the shape of uncertainty."
uncertainty  risk  maths  visualisation  dopost 
march 2018 by niksilver
How Russia turned the internet against America - POLITICO
""I’m sort of at a loss right now," Hall added. "I value anonymity, but it’s really hard to see how this doesn’t lead to some sort of driver’s license for the internet, which makes me feel horrible. There needs to be some sort of accountability, though I really don’t know what that is. We have a lot of work to do.”"
russia  social_media  use  subversion  politics  dopost 
february 2018 by niksilver
How Your Budget Process Blocks Digital Transformation (and What to Do About It) - Connected Futures
"Anders Olesen, a financial management consultant and director of the Beyond Budgeting Institute, enumerated problems this traditional budgeting process creates"
budgets  finance  transformation  dopost 
february 2018 by niksilver
Visualising Brexit | Nico Lategan | LinkedIn
"...the focus of this article is to showcase how different forms of visualisation can convey complex information simply in order to aid decision making. I have created three visualisations related to Brexit..."
brexit  visualisation  risk_management  uncertainty  dopost 
february 2018 by niksilver
Linguistic bots explain why big groups produce simple grammar | Ars Technica
"A funny thing happens to languages that have huge numbers of speakers: over time, they seem to simplify. They lose all the fiddly bits that make languages like Hungarian so incredibly hard to learn, and instead become more regular and grammatically simple."
language  grammar  dopost 
february 2018 by niksilver
It’s not about risk management | Norman Marks on Governance, Risk Management, and Audit
Great discussion about what risk management is all about... "How would you advise the executive team? What would you suggest to the CRO?"
risk  risk_management  comments  dopost 
february 2018 by niksilver
Terrorists Don't Do Movie Plots | WIRED
"SOMETIMES IT SEEMS like the people in charge of homeland security spend too much time watching action movies. They defend against specific movie plots instead of against the broad threats of terrorism."
risk_management  terrorism  risk  dopost 
february 2018 by niksilver
Please do not try to bring your ‘emotional support peacock’ onto a plane - The Verge
"Yes, a woman at Newark International Airport tried to board a United flight to Los Angeles with her “emotional support peacock,” a phrase that had never been uttered in all of recorded history until yesterday."
weird  animals  flying  dopost 
january 2018 by niksilver
Risk Management Collection - NCSC Site
"Welcome to the NCSC's guidance on Risk Management for Cyber Security. In this collection, we'll be outlining the fundamentals of risk management, and describing techniques you can use to manage cyber security risks."
security  risk  risk_management  guidelines  government  cyber_security  dopost 
january 2018 by niksilver
An example of game theory in risk management | Norman Marks on Governance, Risk Management, and Audit
"One consultant from a major accounting firm suggested establishing a ‘risk appetite’. But management is not sure that means anything tangible to them. They believe that the right approach, with which I agree, is to understand the options, how they will change the risk at what cost, and then select from them the one or more that make good business sense."
risk_management  game_theory  uncertainty  dopost 
january 2018 by niksilver
The most important audits my team performed | Norman Marks on Governance, Risk Management, and Audit
"Internal auditors should understand that business is not about avoiding or limiting risk, it is about taking the right risk. I have learned that all internal auditors should consider themselves business people who have a job as internal auditors."
dopost  risk_management  auditing 
january 2018 by niksilver
A Deeper Dive into Spectre and Meltdown
"This is a follow up to 'Meltdown and Spectre: What They Are and How to Deal with Them' taking a deeper look at: the characteristics of the vulnerability and potential attacks, why its necessary to patch cloud virtual machines even though the cloud service providers have already applied patches, the nature of the performance impact and how it's affecting real world applications, the need for threat modelling, the role of anti virus, how hardware is affected, and what's likely to change in the long term."
intel  security  hacking  dopost 
january 2018 by niksilver
“Meltdown” and “Spectre”: Every modern processor has unfixable security flaws | Ars Technica
"The presence of the data in the cache can then be detected, because accessing it will be a little bit quicker than if it weren't cached. Other data structures in the processor, such as the branch predictor, can also be probed and have their performance measured, which can similarly be used to reveal sensitive information."
security  intel  amd  dopost 
january 2018 by niksilver
New bill could finally get rid of paperless voting machines | Ars Technica
"Some states already do post-election audits, but even here Halderman argues there's room for improvements. States can maximize the effectiveness of these audits and minimize costs by varying the size of each recount based on the victory margin."
statistics  elections  voting  security  usa  dopost 
january 2018 by niksilver
What’s behind the Intel design flaw forcing numerous patches? | Ars Technica
"Since the Linux patches first came to light, a clearer picture of what seems to be wrong has emerged. While Linux and Windows differ in many regards, the basic elements of how these two operating systems [...] handle system memory is the same..."
security  intel  linux  windows  macros  dopost 
january 2018 by niksilver
You don't ever deliver an Epic User Story even if your Agile tool says you do!
"Clear concise user requirements emerge throughout the journey of an agile project, and the "Epics" are just wrappers along the way."
agile  delivery  business_analysis  epics  backlogs  dopost 
january 2018 by niksilver
Measuring Ethical Culture – Tapping Into “Open Secrets” - The Protiviti View
"I can’t think of an internal investigation of corruption, fraud or misconduct in which the underlying conduct that was at the center of the need for the investigation wasn’t an “open secret” at the company."
ethics  compliance  culture  surveys  dopost 
december 2017 by niksilver
Identifying, assessing, and evaluating risk is the easy part | Norman Marks on Governance, Risk Management, and Audit
"Many ERM programs stop when they have identified a risk, determined its level, assigned an owner, and said what will be done about it. But they usually don’t provide a disciplined process for evaluating the options and identifying the new or modified risks that result from the decision on how to address the original risk – and, essentially, factoring that into the selection process."
risk_management  risk  management  standards  dopost 
december 2017 by niksilver
Chinese hackers go after think tanks in wave of more surgical strikes | Ars Technica
"The think tank attacks in October and November had all the hallmarks of a Chinese operation. The attackers worked largely during Beijing business hours, used tried-and-true (and widely available) tools, and were highly focused in their attempts to extract data."
china  hacking  security  phishing  dopost 
december 2017 by niksilver
Bitcoin: Seven questions you were too embarrassed to ask | Ars Technica
"One back-of-the-envelope calculation suggested that each bitcoin transaction uses 252kWh of electricity—enough to power a typical American home for eight days."
bitcoin  energy  dopost 
december 2017 by niksilver
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