Monthly Archives: June 2012

Black Swans in the Security World

In 17th century Europe, they would use the expression “Black Swan” to refer to something impossible, because obviously only white swans exist and there are no black swans in nature. However, in 1697 the western world was astonished by the … Continue reading

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In a world fraught with unceasing security threats, security risk assessment has become a mandate for both the Government and private entities for the reasons of safety, mitigation of possible financial losses and business continuity. Regulatory obligations and insurance prerequisites … Continue reading

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