My partner and I went to the Adršpach Rocks in October of last year. She never fails to pick fantastic destinations for quick getaways, most of which require at least a little bit of trekking. In this case, the rule held true.
The wrong solution to a major problemPosted on Thursday, 23rd of February 2023 • business • permanent link •Read time: 11 minutes
Supply Chain Risk Management is the name of a big security problem in the business world. It is so important that there isn't a single security framework that doesn't include Supply Chain Risk Management in its agenda, guidance, and suggested controls. NIST has a set of resources on the topic, but it is not the only organization that is addressing this problem.
Disclaimer: Nothing below should be taken as a criticism of the services offered. Pointing out their flaws and inefficiencies does not mean they don't have any value.
Training headachesPosted on Saturday, 28th of January 2023 • management • permanent link •Read time: 4 minutes
I appreciate training and am always eager to learn something new, but I have yet to settle on a preferred form of instruction. However, there is one that I find particularly challenging, and since I've recently been considering the possibility that the effectiveness of the security training and awareness we provide may vary depending on the mode of delivery, I thought I would write down my thoughts. Here are my personal choices.
A trip to "Kolokytha"Posted on Saturday, 1st of October 2022 • personal • permanent link •Read time: 2 minutes
The beach "Kolokytha" (which means pumpkin) is on the Kalydon Peninsula, the same peninsula as is the infamous, last active leper colony in Europe of Spinalonga. Despite being October, the sea was quite warm and pleasant.