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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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