What we can learn from the French kitchen for project management. And what it has to do with Agile and Lean.
The ISO/IEC 27001 standard for information security management has been revised after five years. It provides protection against threats from the Internet.
This is achieved by introduction of suitable measures (“controls”) for the organization following a risk analysis.
A total of almost 100 such measures are planned, which must be continuously maintained in the sense of ongoing quality management (Kaizen, PDCA).
The introduction of ISO/IEC 27001, like cybersecurity in general, must be supported and borne by the management. The result is an information security management system that represents the best possible protection against cyber risks.
ISO/IEC 27001 provides for the possibility of auditing for an organization or an organizational unit.
Scrum is unsuitable for large, complex and for infrastructure projects. There are better approaches to safely implement such projects with standard tools.
Four years after “Safe Harbour” the EUGH has dumped the US privacy shield!
Though this was legally predictable, the news still hit like a rocket: The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), scheduled three online sessions, all well attended.
What are the implications of removing the US privacy shield?
Although IT-Grundschutz catalogues allow a quick entry into cybersecurity, they neither offer effective protection of one’s own assets nor are they sustainably scalable.
Such checklists can be simply ticked off and completed – just like annoying compliance restrictions. However, your organization is “not a bit” safer – and still a lot of money has to be spent on it.
Why a risk-based approach is the much better choice.
How can you setup services, which are both flexible and robust? And how can you grow your fortune by $24bn in midst of the crisis, as Amazon did? And: Why you should utilize «Case Management» when modeling robust processes using BPMN.
How Wirecard failed and why (almost) nobody came up with it.
If well organised Teamwork can be both efficient and fun.
Note: Revision of a manuscript from 2014.