What was fit-for-purpose 3 years ago may no longer be fit for purpose now. We knew this when we were 8. Now that we are responsible for the success of our organisations, why have we forgotten this?
You try to defend your home against opportunist criminals. Are you doing the same in your firm?
To reduce the risk of being the next victim of a cyber crime, you need to focus on the most common ways these criminals will try to get your money and the basic defences needed to stop them.
Humpty Dumpty can tell us a lot about risk management, incident response planning and business continuity planning.
Back in the 10th century, Little Red Riding Hood and her granny were victims of a simple fraud. How many of your staff could fall victim to a similar fraud in the 21st century?
Near-misses are a learning opportunities. But our outcome bias can make us blind to these opportunities.
Cybersecurity is an oxymoron: There is no such thing as 100% security. But you should still take steps to ensure you’re not an easy target.
All change involves risk. To mitigate the risk, we try to avoid change altogether, we go all in, or we plan to the nth degree. But there’s another way - Small bets. Small steps. Small spends. Small risks.
The world is changing, and not because of technology. Is your organisation actively assessing and adjusting to these trends, or is it operating as if it's still 1999?
Running a professional organisation using technology that is designed for the home is like playing golf with a shovel. From a distance, it all looks fine. But you don't need to get too close to realise things aren't going to go well when there's real competition on the course, or if the weather changes.