Monthly Archives: December 2012

Companies destroy trust

Companies destroy trust. As simple as that. Why? There are two reasons: 1. They can get away wit it 2. They benefit from it I do not say that companies are necessary cruel, stupid and irresponsible. No more than people … Continue reading

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Dark Comet

I hope you’ve never met Dark Comet live. It is essentially a trojan spyware that allows remote attacker to take over your computer. Horrible stuff. That’s however is not that interesting, as there is a lot of horrible stuff around … Continue reading

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Reputation does not mean trust

It does not sound true, right? If reputation does not generate trust, then what are we doing with eBay’s feedback, with Facebook friends and LinkedIn contacts? Are we kidding ourselves? Apparently yes, as the recent development of the G4S story … Continue reading

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Troopers are coming

Do not be alarmed. We were not invaded. No manoeuvres at your street. Not a parade in town. No conscription. Troopers 13 are dawning upon us. I know that the conference is actually in March, but it is already worth … Continue reading

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Workshop on trust

I will run a one-day workshop on trust and risk management on the 11th of March 2013. For more information go here

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