This is not a new post, I originally wrote and published it nearly six years ago. However, based on a number of discussions I have been party to over the last few weeks, not much has changed since it was published so I thought I would repost it as a prologue for a new series of blog posts about risk, risk assessment and risk management.
It seems that Fear Uncertainty and Doubt (FUD) will always be used to sell products that no-one needs to solve problems that no one really has.
There is a significant focus within government agencies on the management of risks associated with the adoption of cloud services. This is to be expected as the general perception is that the “cloud” is risky and that adopting cloud services could result in bad outcomes.
Axenic is proud to announce that we have been selected by the Department of Internal Affairs as a supplier for the all-of-government ICT Security and Related Services Panel (SRS Panel).