Posts Tagged “Science of Risk Management”

Measurement Theory & Risk Posts You Should Read

by alex on August 20, 2010

These came across the SIRA mailing list. They were so good, I had to share: Thanks to Kevin Riggins for finding them and pointing them out.

For Blog/Twitter Conversation: Can You Defend “GRC”?

by alex on December 15, 2009

Longtime readers know that I’m not the biggest fan of GRC as it is “practiced” today.  I believe G & C are subservient to risk management. So let me offer you this statement to chew on: “A metric for Governance (…)

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For Those Not In The US (or even if you are)

by alex on November 26, 2009

I’d like to wish US readers a happy Thanksgiving. For those outside of the US, I thought this would be a nice little post for today: A pointer to an article in the Financial Times, “Baseball’s love of statistics is (…)

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Rich Mogull’s Divine Assumptions

by alex on November 13, 2009

Our friend Rich Mogull has an interesting post up on his blog called “Always Assume“.  In it, he offers that “assumption” is part of a normal scenario building process, something that is fairly inescapable when making business decisions.  And he (…)

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Mortman/Hutton Security-BSides & Black Hat Presentation Available

by alex on August 17, 2009

Hey y’all, happy Monday morning.   I’ve put Dave & my presentation for Security BSides up on slideshare: Mortman/Hutton Security B-Sides Presentation View more presentations from alexhutton. Also note that this includes the Black Hat presentation we gave on the (…)

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