Our executives and staff members are among the most recognized, respected, and published in terms of cyber security standards and methodologies. Here are a few interviews, presentations and editorials chock-full of cybersecurity information. They will help you learn how we think, and will provide you with a further understanding of our unique approach to identifying, measuring and managing your cyber security risk.
KDM Analytics: Taking Cyber Risk Assessment to the Next Level through Elimination of Manual Risk Assessment
GRC Viewpoint, June 2032. An essential component of every organization’s risk management plan is the assessment of cyber risks. The tech world still has some reliance on manual cyber risk assessment strategies. However, the risk impact assessment carried out manually is hardly error-proof.
Active Cyber. Learn how KDM Analytics’ Blade Risk Analysis Solution powers a secure software development life cycle and supply chain, in this Spotlight article.
Power Magazine, June 2021. Authored by Steven Seiden, Leighton Johnson, Dr. Tony Barber, and Djenana Campara (KDM Analytics). This article provides simple best practices to protect an organization from the three types of internal cybersecurity threats: malicious, careless, and clueless.
Control Engineering magazine, December 2020. Authored by Steven Seiden, Leighton Johnson, Dr. Tony Barber, and Djenana Campara (KDM Analytics). Information technology strategies can help combat new cybersecurity vulnerabilities and deploy a solid cybersecurity program for operational technology use for industrial control systems, remote terminal units, supervisory control and data acquisition systems, as Industrial Internet of Things deployments increase.
Chris Daly of Active Cyber “was intrigued by how [Djenana Campara, CEO of KDM Analytics] combined risk analytics and model-based systems engineering to provide enterprise level risk assessments, and thought the subject was worth exploring, especially given how risk management approaches are really moving to the forefront of needs given the software supply chain problems that seem to be coming up on a regular basis.” Read the interview > Listen to the podcast >
Host, William Ulrich, summarizes this interview: “This week on The North Star my guest, Djenana Campara, and I … explore the threats organizations face today and the role standards, frameworks and automation play in certifying systems as safe. Djenana leads the systems assurance standardization task force at the OMG and works with organizations to provide automated cyber security assessments.”
Djenana Campara, CEO of KDM Analytics along with Steve Seiden, President of AcquireData Solutions (ADS) and Dr. Tony Barber discuss the features and benefits of the Blade Risk Assessment tool.
Blade applies a model-based systems engineering approach to risk assessment while using NIST RMF controls to provide a strong foundation for developing mitigations for identified risk areas.
KDM Analytics, and our CEO, Djenana Campara, is one of 150 influential thought leaders in Canada interviewed for the Best of Canada, 150th Anniversary Business Report.
- Software Quality News (08/07): Six Sigma helps reduce software defects, improve quality
- Software Quality News (05/07): OMG working to improve application security testing
- GSN: Government Computer News (03/07): All for one, but not one for all
- SC magazine (04/06): Cover Story – Defining Trust
- CSO: The Resource for Security Executives (12/05): OMG Pushes for Gov’t Software Security Standards
- ComputerWorld (08/05): Developing Secure Software is a Management Issue