Malware, disasters and maths! See what you missed this week on The Resilience Post.
The vast difference between eradicating a disease and eradicating terrorism. A text by Phil Gurski.
How resilient is your business? Can you afford not to know? The economy is a dynamic system which is far too complex for us to understand. Human nature is extremely […]
Sometimes we set off with great intention and purpose, only to find them ‘deflated’ by the actions (or lack of) of others, such as leaders and teams!
Swords, jeans and live shows. See what you missed this week on The Resilience Post.
Actors can’t perform the simplest play without rehearsal. Should we think of emergency exercises in the same way? An eye opening comparison by Jerry Allen.
When we think about terrorism and terrorists, we go immediately to explosives, suicide vests and firearms. But what about SWORDS? By Phil Gurski.
Systemic Resilience Analysis: Supercomputers provide new tools for regulators, investors and governments
Discover Quantitative Complexity Theory, a different kind of approach and a new set of analytical tools to address modern day challenges. By Jacek Marczyk
Team bonding over a hot and cold buffet can be an amazing experience, as long as you didn’t get any sweet chili sauce over your new top! By Paul Kudray.
List of data breaches and cyber attacks – August 2017 See the list of data breaches and cyber attacks that happened in August 2017 Catching the hacker in the act […]
When we come across a phenomenon that is new and strange to us we often struggle to gain an understanding. What we are seeing or hearing is beyond our realm of […]
Barcelona fits a pattern – there is no pattern Does the Barcelona and Charlottesville recent vehicular terrorist attacks fit a pattern? Spoiler alert, there never is and never will be […]