Securing the Sovereign Nations

This article was first published in the 2017 Winter Edition of Gaming and Leisure Magazine, and is shared courtesy of them. http://pubs.royle.com/publication/index.php?i=460946&m=38164&l=1&p=1&pre=&ver=html5#%22page%22:64,%22issue_id%22:460946 Securing the Sovereign Nations GRC for Tribal Organizations Author’s Note: At the time of this writing, the massive Equifax breach was still being investigated, with seemingly daily revelations of more information disclosed or […]

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The Imposter Is I

This post was originally published on Peerlyst, 10/22/2017. I have read a lot of the posts on imposter syndrome in my Twitter feed, and thought that I would share my own experience. I am not a person that lacks self-confidence or self-awareness. I know who I am and what I am capable of. I did, […]

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Securing the Sovereign Nations – A Resource List

My article, “Securing the Sovereign Nations”, will be published this winter in Gaming and Leisure magazine.  This article, while titled and written for Tribal Organizations, includes aspects of general GRC activities that can relate to any organization, particularly those in government.  I attempted to tailor the subject and content to the audience of that publication, […]

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The Pain of Attribution

With the experience of seven days  of WannaCry and its variants, it has become apparent that there is an egregious break within organizations worldwide. Egregious may seem overly strong but the inability, or lack of will to find and agree upon common ground can’t be seen as anything else.  Without that understanding, each area becomes […]

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