One of the kinda off-beat things I saw recently when I walked through the room the other day was a Netflix documentary on making nature documentaries and all the challenges the crews actually faced trying to get all those cool pictures of sharks, tigers and, well… Walrus. In this particular segment – which admittedly, I […]
RSA and BESA too?
For some reason I really can’t fathom right now, I seem to be channeling my grade school (or middle school) history lessons, because the slogan – and not the rather more electrically interpreted song from They Might Be Giants – “Tippecanoe and Tyler too!” popped into my head the other day, and it just won’t […]
Pancakes and security architecture
One of the things my wife made a family tradition a long time ago is pancakes on Sunday mornings. So, unless we’re all traveling – and sometimes even if we’re visiting friends – it’s a given that I’m on the hook to make pancakes every week. They’re basically pretty simple to make. It’s just flour, […]
Are you using vinegar instead of honey?
Since Cape Town’s weather has finally decided that summer’s really here, there’s less rain, more sunshine… …and more flies. One of the things I enjoy about both Cape Town (and Brazil, in fact) is that most of the time, during the day at least, you leave the house pretty open. The doors are all open […]
Jumping into the deep end of the security architecture pool
A few people have asked me about why I call our flagship Building Effective Security Architectures course a “learning experience,” and so today, I thought I’d answer this question with a little help from Mr. Benjamin Franklin. As you might recall, I’m a big fan of Mr. Franklin—even to the point of lapping up historical […]
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