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Applying a security first approach to product engineering

2/6/2018, written by Richard Wheatley

Categories: Product Development Security-first Product Engineering Security

Whether it is personal banking, accessing government services, controlling the heating system in our homes or running our relationships, we are increasingly dependent on software...

Forget 'out-of-the-box' thinking and explore the riches within

1/17/2017, written by Richard Wheatley

Categories: Innovation Product Innovation

With headlines like “Apple under Tim Cook: A nicer company, but a better one?”, some people are questioning why 5 years into his tenure Apple has not delivered a breakthrough product....

Innovation - It’s systemic, we must never let it happen again

12/22/2016, written by Richard Wheatley

Categories: Innovation

The Fifth Discipline: The Art and Practice of the Learning Organization by MIT’s Peter Senge was a seminal book on systems thinking, at the core of which was the premise that if you...

Microservices: Revisiting Conway's Law

11/10/2016, written by Richard Wheatley

Categories: Microservices SOA Technical Debt

Conway’s Law applies to modular software systems and states that: "Any organization that designs a system (defined more broadly here than just information systems) will inevitably...

Web Insecurity

11/4/2016, written by Richard Wheatley

Categories: Web Security

We need to adopt more rigorous engineering principles, adapting the principles of concurrent engineering, to place security at the core of our appropriately engineered product solutions.

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