Monthly Archives: January 2015

The CIO Catch 22- you must innovate,but do so without increasing risk (By Mr. Eli Frank, Former CIO)

CIOs are required to lead the innovation in their organizations, and some even call them to lead “digital business transformation” and to transform even traditional enterprises into the digital era. But innovation comes with inherent risks, and CIOs are required to mitigate these risks and minimize them as much as possible. So innovation leads to

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Implementing a Cybersecurity Initiative for Senior Leadership in Small, Medium, and Large size companies (Guest post by Alex A. Kayayian, MS )

I wanted to start by thanking Yotam Gutman for asking me to become a guest blogger on Cytegic. IT security or cybersecurity are both terms that we hear quite often these days. All of the T.V. news stations are constantly bringing this ever-growing need for increased cybersecurity measures into the limelight. Most recently, the data

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Demilitarization of Cyberspace (discourse)

Cyberwar. Cyber-weapons. Cyber super-power. Cyber-attacks… The entire cyber jargon is tainted in camo colors, making it to look like a bloody battlefield. As with many other things, this too is to blamed on popular films and TV shows from that horrible decade, the 80’s, which created such a powerful image of the military hacker –

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Assets: Fundamental Target of Cyber Attacks; Fundamental Subject of Cyber Defenses

Modern businesses have whether by intent or practice always held the concept of “return” as a motivating objective and a raison d’etre.  Capitalism functions via the judicious allocation of “capital” as an investment base to generate returns.  Returns increase the value and number of assets which can be converted to more capital and the return

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