Contributions for the November Issue of The Best Practice Magazine
Submit your article about SI (Supporting Implementation); CAR (Causal Analysis & Resolution), DAR (Decision Analysis & Resolution) & CM (Configuration Management) for next month's issue of The Demix Best Practice Magazine.
(EDP) Engineering and Developing Products: This CA focuses on engineering, developing, and delivering products and product components.
(TS) Technical Solution: Technical Solution focuses on designing and building products and product components.
(PI) Product Integration: Product Integration covers the assembly of the products and product components and their delivery to the customer and ensures inclusion of required functionality and quality characteristics.
Agenda • Summary of Scrum and CMMI • Approach • Maturity Level 2 and Scrum Comparison • How About Other Components of Level 2? • Adding Level 3 Management and Engineering Practices – Requirements/backlog – Release planning, sprint planning and daily standups – Sprint composition • How About the Other Components of Level 3? • Summary
What Is A CMMI Roadmap? A Roadmap Is A Set Of CMMI Process Areas That Together Serve An Organization To Identify And Implement Process Improvements. CMMI Roadmaps Are An Effective Tool To Start With The CMMI Continuous Representation;
Thus Providing An Alternative For The Staged Approach. Biggest Benefit From The CMMI Roadmap Approach Is The Alignment Of Your Process Improvement Initiative With The Business Goals, Ensuring Quicker And More Effective Business Results. The CMMI Roadmaps Are Described In A Technical Note, Which Is Published By The Software Engineering Institute.
In the 1980s, Motorola made waves in the business world with the development of its process improvement strategy Six Sigma. Today Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma are widely-upheld methodologies and tools used to reduce variation in a business process by using a statistical process control to measure variance and standard deviation. Tina Huesing, Director of Six Sigma at Motorola, speaks with the Process Excellence Network to illuminate Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma as defined today by Motorola and explains why companies are looking to Six Sigma and Lean management to remain sustainable, cut costs and increase productivity.
The majority of modern companies encounter information security challenges every day, ranging from external targeted attacks to internal leaks, despite using various information security approaches and tools. IT is rapidly evolving, in keeping with the threat landscape; but new approaches and tools mean new vulnerabilities. Violators are becoming smarter and faster. The classic confidentiality, integrity and availability (CIA) triad has not been enough to address these challenges, especially when information security incidents occur (i.e., the CIA triad was violated fully or partially).
Global analytical reports find a growing number of incidents annually and increasing incident sophistication. In other words, incidents have happened, are happening and will be happening. For timely incident detection and deep forensics, it is necessary to expand information security abilities and the CIA triad, ensuring accountability. However, accountability creates millions of security events; therefore, it is important to ensure effective security information and event management (SIEM) within an information security management system (ISMS).
This article addresses an existing imbalance between technical issues and process aspects related to SIEM. This gap is the root cause of some skepticism with and disappointment in SIEM.
Emerging technologies such as 5G, microservices, the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, containers, blockchain and many others are shaping the meaning of “technology-based trust.” Consequently, technology-based trust deals with the acceptance that a particular technology is reliable, does what it is supposed to do and delivers what it should.
Although blockchain can be analyzed from a very technical perspective, it is also helpful to focus on technology-based trust with blockchain from a management point of view.
The PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) 2017 Global FinTech Executive Summary, Redrawing the Lines: FinTech’s Growing Influence on Financial Services stated that “blockchain is moving out of the lab.” However, this particular statement portrays how the application of scientific knowledge can be used for practical purposes outside the research and development laboratory for the benefit of the enterprise.
In fact, it is very interesting to see the effect of blockchain’s debut in the fintech industry with Bitcoin.
However, blockchain is well known for having disruptive effects by transforming financial services and supporting new business models, applications, processes, products or services.
As a result, it is important to understand the idea of technology-based trust with blockchain by grasping the concept of distributed ledger technology (DLT), the meaning of blockchain, blockchain types, intermediation problem and the use of trusted fintech products using blockchain.
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