9 days ago

EA Teams Struggle To Communicate Architecture’s Value

The maturity of enterprise architecture (EA) varies greatly across companies, industries, and geographies. In France, 84% agree that their teams are effective in communicating EA’s value, while just 54% of UK respondents agree. Learn more in this previ…

10 days ago

How Generative AI Is Changing Business – an Interview

Bernard Marr is an internationally best-selling business author, keynote speaker and strategic advisor to companies and governments. He advises and coaches many of the world’s best-known organizations such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft, IBM, Toyota, The…

11 days ago

Improving Return on Security Investment: Estimating the Impact of Mitigations

By Simone Curzi, Principal Consultant, Microsoft; John Linford, Security Portfolio Forum Director, The Open Group; Dan Riley, Vice President & Distinguished Engineer Data Science, Kyndryl; Ken St. Cyr, Sr. Cybersecurity Architect, Microsoft

Understanding the risks present in the system you are developing is important, but it is even more important to determine mitigation actions. Activities like threat modeling can help with identifying your options, but they are usually too numerous and too expensive. What should you really do? And would the residual risk be acceptable afterwards?

11 days ago

Cohesion Forces and Tools

This article is part of the series on Autonomy and Cohesion. It is the second part of the basic overview of the balance. If you haven’t read the previous part, I’d recommend doing so before reading further. Cohesion forces Liquids and solids are in those states because there are cohesion forces bonding the molecules together. The main […]

12 days ago

As Shepherds Watched

We can find a useful metaphor for data ethics in Tolkein’s Lord of the Rings. Palantíri are indestructable stones or crystal balls that enable events to be seen from afar. They also allow communication between two stones. The word comes from Tolkein’s …