With a background in interacting with Security Systems and Cyber Platforms, I will use this blog to offer views on industries and their use of different & trending technologies ~ The Third Verse.

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Latest Posts

  • Salient Features - Password Policy
    Passing Bletchley, I thought how password techniques have progressed over the years. I recently had opportunity to review salient features applicable to a password policy - This blog post will review some of the features : 1)  Enforce the use of unique accounts: A unique user ID should be mandatory to gain access to a network resource. Shared or generic ... read more...
  • A Piece Of Cake. (IET London Savoy Place).
    It's all about layers said IET's Chef Pavel Taras at the Pastry and Cake Decorating Techniques event held by the IET Savoy Place. He talked and showed how cake moulds can be glazed to create sophisticated desserts. Covered in velvet sprinkles, drizzling with goulash, smooth hot chocolate and passion glaze, Chef Pavel walked and talked the audience on ... read more...
  • Benefits Of Concurrency In Action. A Rolls Royce Case Study ( IEEE Southern California & IET Southern California Network ).
    At the IEEE Southern California HQ based in Irvine, the IET SoCal network collaborated with the IEEE, Aerospace TPN and Jonathan Watson the Chief Manufacturing Engineer, Future Programs at Rolls Royce in Derby to present a lecture on how concurrent product development (CPD) techniques within Rolls Royce has promoted cost reduction, innovation and ... read more...
  • Quantum Technology - Reality Or Science Fiction ( IET London ).
    MiFID II (Finally a product that has a genuine feature for MiFID II) Rhys Lewis the Director of the NPL Quantum Metrology Institute leads the Time, Quantum & Electromagnetics (TQEM) Division gave a insightful discussion on how quantum technology is currently being used and its expected use in the near future. The talk was called Quantum Technology - Reality or Science Fiction.   read more...
  • Predictably Irrational. (IET Harrow).
    In Out In Out ...Opt it all about!. Attending the Predictably Irrational, The Impact Of Relativity event organised by Harrow IET, David Chong from GSMA discussed the different ways of 'opting in and opting out' in numerous consent based scenarios. An interesting stat presented showed that more countries within the EU had a larger number of health donors than for example in the UK - the main difference? Persons are under the Opt Out framework. read more...