Monks, Compliance, Risk, and Government

Posted July 7th, 2008 by

The Abbot at the Security Monastery takes us through an interesting tour of compliance, risk management, and what the Government is doing.  I’m not biased at all because it’s based on conversations with me or anything like that.  =)

Now for those of you who don’t know me personally, here’s a little bit of trivia for you:  Every week I go back and forth between “wow, we’re doing great things above and beyond what the private sector knows about” and “culturally, security in the Government will never work because you’re trying to do risk management in a zero-defects world”.

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  1.  Dan Philpott Says:

    What’s most fascinating about the weekly transformation is how the horns manage to grow and recede without leaving a mark. BSOFH indeed.

  2.  Darren Couch Says:

    My guess is the horns are always there–it’s just the BSOFH’s perogative whether to reveal them or not depending on the desired effect…

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