Rohan Light

I'm all about helping the good create the worthwhile. I work on the management side of technology, particularly change risk.

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Rohan Light

1 day ago

Building trust in how the government stores personal data is not something we compromise on

Government reveals draft digital identity framework

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The aggressive move is a response to growing privacy concerns surrounding devices aimed at minors

Germany bans smartwatches for kids over spying concerns

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Either Uber corrupts all on contact or the integrity problems reach deeper into tech than the industry is willing to admit

Uber's Latest Bad Thing Is Not Just About Uber

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5 days ago

The problem is that programmers are having a hard time keeping up with their own creations

The Coming Software Apocalypse

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10 days ago

Thirty years ago, almost no one used the Internet for anything. Today, just about everybody uses it for everything

Who Owns the Internet?

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10 days ago

Amazon is likely to face some resistance as it colonizes more of our lives. People may not love the idea of their supermarkets spying on them, or every square inch of their homes being fed to an algorithm

Silicon Valley siphons our data like oil. But the deepest drilling has just begun

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10 days ago

We’ve got to move from episodic defence at choke points, to a continuous understanding of what’s happening on these networks such that we can detect anomalies or bad activities the first time it happens

Security means knowing your network better than your attackers – or your users: ex NSA head

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12 days ago

What if there is no longer any evidentiary standard that could overcome the influence of right-wing media?

America is facing an epistemic crisis

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17 days ago

Another way of saying this is that the liar is optimizing for an output by falsifying an input.

“Make relationships, not things.”

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17 days ago

Trust, you could say, is simply another word for time.

“Make relationships, not things.”

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17 days ago

Cybersecurity is now and will remain a strategic business risk

Measuring cyber resilience – a rising tide raises all ships

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17 days ago

Strong oversight of cybersecurity is now a critical component of organizations’ overall governance

Measuring cyber resilience – a rising tide raises all ships

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17 days ago

The critical barriers to change are not technical or financial; they are social.

The Trouble With Scientists

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17 days ago

One basic fact that is always getting forgotten is that you can’t generate hypotheses and test them with the same data

The Trouble With Scientists

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17 days ago

researchers often attribute false certainty to contingent statistics

The Trouble With Scientists

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17 days ago

the most common and problematic bias in science is “motivated reasoning”

The Trouble With Scientists

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51 days ago

a citizen’s data should be available to them in secure formats they control

Government as platform

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52 days ago

Bet-the-company decisions like that should not be left to an algorithm

Where human intelligence outperforms AI

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52 days ago

It shows this information has now been weaponised by a state actor

British courts may unlock secrets of how Trump campaign profiled US voters

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52 days ago

If you don't understand the data to start with, there can be huge risks embedded within the models

Machine learning algorithms meet data governance

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52 days ago

the whole industry lacks basic legal and ethical principles at the moment around consent

The Importance Of Data Governance In The Future Of Healthcare

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53 days ago

It seems inevitable that there will be a major leak of genome information in the near future

Be prepared for the big genome leak

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53 days ago

We need to assert the right to our DNA data now, before any bad precedent is set in the other direction

Own Your DNA

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53 days ago

Data governance and management must be built into the modernization enterprise roadmaps

It’s all about the data!

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53 days ago

having an effective data governance strategy in place is more important than ever

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53 days ago

the U.S. has some of the lowest data privacy standards in the world. In Europe, data privacy is a right

GDPR: Is Your Meetings Data Governance Ready?

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53 days ago

Security typically must balance risk against convenience, and data is no exception

It's a New, Challenging World for Data Governance

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53 days ago

Just 26 percent of government organizations are aware of the impact of GDPR

SAS survey: organizations face GDPR challenges

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53 days ago

Compliance must facilitate integrity and good business and cannot impede appropriate action

Trust, privacy and accessible data: can you really have it all?

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53 days ago

there is still a need to make the governance process easier for everyone

Healthcare CIOs, CMIOs unveil challenges regarding data governance

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53 days ago

Equifax’s isn’t the only notable finance-related breach that’s come to light this month

Equifax CEO Steps Down Amid Data Breach Mess

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58 days ago

Simply put, “My A.I. did it” should not excuse illegal behavior

How to Regulate Artificial Intelligence

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59 days ago

failure to maintain adequate technological safeguards would eventually result in a massive data breach

Equifax hack: credit monitoring company criticized for poor response

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59 days ago

This is a big deal, but the response has been underwhelming

Equifax hack: credit monitoring company criticized for poor response

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59 days ago

The still dominant ways of management thinking are based on Newtonian dynamics

The Future of Management

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60 days ago

The computers that run those services have programmed themselves, and they have done it in ways we cannot understand

The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI

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60 days ago

Engineering public consent for cashlessness is a subtle process

Hang on to your cash. This dash to digitise payments is dangerous

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60 days ago

Cashless society” is a euphemism for a “bank payments society

Hang on to your cash. This dash to digitise payments is dangerous

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60 days ago

Techies build systems for techies, they don’t build technical systems for normal people

Major cyber-attack will happen soon, warns UK's security boss

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60 days ago

Maybe Uber is growing up. Or maybe it’s had enough of disruption for a while

Why Uber’s fate could herald backlash against ‘digital disruptors’

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60 days ago

The most costly cybersecurity threats to enterprises are the physical loss of devices

Report: Average enterprise data breach cost rises to $1.3M

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60 days ago

The model of shared responsibility for cloud security is widely misunderstood

74% of IT leaders say security concerns restrict the move to public cloud

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60 days ago

technology has gone from a support function to a key enabler of business transformation

How to decide if your company needs a chief digital officer

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60 days ago

In the balance between convenience and security, convenience always wins

Why won't enterprises take IoT security seriously?

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60 days ago

It's obvious that major players are making sure they're not reliant on US systems

Cuts could threaten Australia's cyberscience future

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60 days ago

It's not clear why the confidential documents were stored on a public server

New Verizon leak exposed confidential data on internal systems

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60 days ago

The cost of passing data between the cloud and corporate data centers is often overlooked in migration planning

Cloud computing migration: More expensive and complicated than you thought

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60 days ago

It starts to get murky in situations where you've stored personal or financial data about customers

​Australian government trying to weed out the 'murky' areas of cyber insurance

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60 days ago

There is no magic computer program that will eliminate online terrorist content

​Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, YouTube up the ante on curbing terrorist propaganda

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61 days ago

There are fundamental issues with the business models of many gig economy companies

Uber only has itself to blame for London license loss

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