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‘Life is a Breach’ – 50-95% of IT Security Breaches are Caused by Human Error

Hand Writing I'm Sorry With Marker

We are not the only industry with this problem. Hospitals and Airlines have the same issue. Although this article focuses on the approach hospitals use to combat human error mistakes, the airline industry has also made creative changes to dealing with this issue.

Here is just the first page of twelve of a Boeing 737 checklist designed by Michael Swannick:

 boeing checklistThis Essay Examines:

  1. What is your plan this year, now, to reduce human errors?
  2. An example of an industry that suffers worse human error pain than you do.
  3. How to apply creativity in the midst of complexity.
  4. A tool to reduce human error.

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Big Data IoT Security, The Mosaic Effect, Demise of Passwords, IoT TOCTOU Attacks, IoT Security Loose Membranes, and more

Internet of things concept illustration Controlling your home appliances with smartphone

This episode is sponsored by the CIO Scoreboard

In the following interview Hadi and I discuss Big Data Security Topics like the Mosaic Effect and Privacy, Mobile Security, The Demise of Passwords, IoT TOCTOU Attacks, Driverless Cars, Atomic Views of IoT, Orchestration Layer Limitations with Big Data Security, and what he describes as ‘Loose Membranes’ with IoT security.

I recently had a fascinating conversation with Hadi Nahari who is the Chief Security Architect at NVIDIA. He can be reached on Linkedin and Twitter.

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Being a Bullfrog CIO is about Making Leapfrog Steps vs Incremental Progress

Donald Wiegner

Are you and your team ready to make Leapfrog Steps or are you simply making Incremental Progress?

How do you get hard things done?

We are so often conditioned to look at the negative end of accomplishment. As human beings we tend to look at all the reasons something can’t be done versus listing all the reasons how it can be done.

My discussion with Don Wiegner in many ways you have heard the message before, but this time around you are hearing it from someone who has just spent two years doing what others thought was impossible. He discusses how to accomplish insurmountable goals and do it in a way that brings people together under a common purpose. Have you had a defining moment in your career where your back was against the wall and you had to get the job done? Possibly you and your group were recruited into the scrum and you needed to find a way through.

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