Is there a link between Month Python and terrorism? Surely not… But when you think about it… An analysis by Phil Gurski.
Paul Kudray explains why the ‘Banana Skin’ is as much important for risk managers as it is for kart racers!
Phil Gurski explores the concept of ”logic extremism”, introduced in the recent Star Trek Discovery series.
Excessive complexity is a formidable source of fragility. If you want to make something fragile, make it very complex. An analysis by Jacek Marczyk.
A compelling case for why things on this planet are not as bad as we think they are. By Phil Gurski.
Do criminal organisations provide funds for terrorist group with the sale of contraband cigarettes? An analysis by Phil Gurski.
Time isn’t just a healer, it confirms or destroys reputations. Any news story can affect perceptions. Reputation management is a powerful resilience asset!
Before even all the facts are in, many people are already convinced the local police screwed up in the case of murders in Toronto’s LGBT community. By Phil Gurski.
If you do know how complex your business is, and how far from criticality it finds itself functioning, you have a great early-warning system.
Quick, what is the first thing that comes to mind when I say the word Buddhist? The Dalaï Lama? Saffron robes? One hand clapping? I would wager though that the last thing that comes to you is violent extremism. Maybe it should.
An interesting look at the historical link between Canada and Trinidad terrorism. An analysis by Phil Gurski.
We recently got a rare peek at what security intelligence services in Canada actually do.
Why would you stop looking at someone who clearly poses a threat to national security and why aren’t these people simply arrested and put away? By Phil Gurski.
How does the Bitcoin compares to the RtS ratings of the major fiat currencies such as the British Pound, the Yen and the Euro? An analysis by Jacek Marczyk.
How many big business decisions, are made, wearing slippers (or not)? Working from home is a positive capability in more ways than one! A text by Paul Kudray.
Can any organisation afford to watch hundreds of thousands of people knowing in advance that very few will ever present a problem? An analysis by Phil Gurski