Is Your Digitalized Organization Cybersecure?
Here is How to Find Out!
It seems that everyday a new major cyber breach is announced. The Rapid Response Institute and its Principals have addressed this issue many times through a variety of venues and publications.
We recently conducted a workshop, “Implementing Digitalization: A Game Changing Transformation of the E&P Sector.” The Cybersecurity of this sector transformation is critical to its success.
Moreover, since “this is the way we run our business,” Cybersecurity is now a Board of Directors issue and an integral part of its fiduciary responsibility.
As part of our continuing effort to add value to Operational Excellence and Risk Mitigation processes, it our pleasure to feature this recent Public Television interview.
We encourage you to watch this 30 minutes discussion with one of the world’s leading Thought Leaders in the Management of Cybersecurity for Critical Infrastructure Sectors such as oil & gas, electric power generation & distribution, medicine and others as identified by the United States Department of Homeland Security.
Patriot Act of 2001 defined critical infrastructure as those “systems and assets, whether physical or virtual, so vital to the United States that the incapacity or destruction of such systems and assets would have a debilitating impact on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, or any combination of those matters.”
We believe you and your organization will find watching this video time well spent. Also, should you wish to talk further with her please contact us and we will arrange this.
Stay Cyber Safe!
Command and Control: Is this the Way to Run the modern Railroad?
Critical Mass: Value from the RBC Framework
Nuclear physicists define the term, “critical mass” as the amount of fissile material whereby a nuclear reaction is self-sustaining. From that original definition, the construct is further developed along societal and political terms as a function of the environment and number of adopters and their interdependencies that create enough of a consensus for individual actions that sustains an undertaking.
In 1996, the author published the first of several case studies on a societal interaction model based on the Relationships, Behavior and Conditions (RBC) construct among economic actors. Previously the model was only in the domain of academia.
This blog addresses contemporary issues from the RBC perspective and whether in the present state they are sustainable or not. Many readers may be familiar with the “Innovation Adoption Curve.” RBC seeks to enlighten the causality of behaviors that cause movement towards the critical mass that generates movement along this diffusion curve.
- I Hate These Things: Why Does This Always Happen to Me? April 7, 2019
- You Have 10 Minutes: Maybe April 1, 2019
- The Old Order Changeth . . . Knowledge Delivery 21st Century Style March 29, 2019
- Human—Machine Interface in the Age of Digitalization: Can the Machine be Trusted and When Should the Human Intervene? March 24, 2019
- Operational Complexity: Risk Model Insufficiency March 8, 2019
Other Blogs Dr. Shemwell Authors
Dr. Shemwell is an author for the following 3rd party blogs.
Governing Energy Blog
BTOES Insights is the content portal for Business Transformation & Operational Excellence opinions, reports & news. Dr. Shemwell is a contributor.
Consult 2050 connects organizations with a wide range of consultants all around the world. The firm operates an online marketplace for consultancy services.
About the Author
Dr. Scott M. Shemwell has over 30 years technical and executive management experience primarily in the energy sector. He is the author of six books and has written extensively about the field of operations. Shemwell is the Managing Director of The Rapid Response Institute, a firm that focuses on providing its customers with solutions enabling Operational Excellence and regulatory compliance management. He has studied cultural interactions for more than 30 years—his dissertation; Cross Cultural Negotiations Between Japanese and American Businessmen: A Systems Analysis (Exploratory Study) is an early peer reviewed manuscript addressing the systemic structure of societal relationships.
- I Hate These Things: Why Does This Always Happen to Me?
- You Have 10 Minutes: Maybe
- The Old Order Changeth . . . Knowledge Delivery 21st Century Style
- Human—Machine Interface in the Age of Digitalization: Can the Machine be Trusted and When Should the Human Intervene?
- Operational Complexity: Risk Model Insufficiency