What are you obsessed with?

What are you obsessed with?

To improve your life, you must start doing something. When you are in a ditch, no one minds about you. Down deep there, it is too dark. Only folks down there can see you clearly. For that matter, stop caring about what others think of your present situation. Focus on climbing out of the ditch. In fact, the current American President, has a name for your ditch. It is a #shithole. Effective today, I want you to start doing something to climb out of that shithole. Even if you are up there far away from the shithole, if you don’t […] Read more

How will you measure success in 2018?

How will you measure success in 2018?

How do you measure whether you are succeeding or failing? What is your yardstick? A wrong measure gives wrong signals. You must carefully examine the quality of your measures. The year 2016 ended in high gear for us at summitcl.com. At our company, we launched our 2026 ten year strategy code named #Recognized Market Leader in Forensics, Security & Governance.  To achieve this, we created annual milestones to help track progress. Our identified immediate priority as a firm was succession planning. It is one of our identified major business risks: the ability of the business to continue thriving past the […] Read more

Wanted Cybercrime case studies

Wanted Cybercrime case studies

Threats are rising rapidly. But the number of experts working to proactively fight attacks isn’t. BY MUSTAPHA B. MUGISA.

Ring. Ring. You are woken up by early morning call from your IT manager with the dreaded news that the bank was robbed during the night. Worried, you ask: “How many people are dead.” None. Did they break through the basement door? No. Where did they pass? “I am here with the Manager, we are also not sure where they passed?” How much has the bank lost? We are not yet sure, but I am afraid, it could be more than a […] Read more

The season of sharing and self-reflection

The season of sharing and self-reflection

It is that time of the year of giving. People who share do not necessarily have excess. They just have a heart of sharing. You may give money or items still in a good working condition which you no longer use. When it comes to giving out items of value like plates, clothes, shoes, gadgets, the rule is simple: if you have not used the time for more than three months, may be you no longer need it personally. Before it becomes obsolete or rusty, give it out. Bring it to the Church so that it may be given out […] Read more

Make the best of your child’s long holiday

Make the best of your child’s long holiday

Parenting in this era of the mobile devices proliferation is a big challenge indeed. As a cyber-security expert, I have encountered helpless parents whose children are victims of cybercrime. You don’t want to be in such a situation.

There is no such bad feeling to a parent when their child is under intense suffering and pressure, but they don’t have anything to do to ease the pain. In four part holiday series, I will share ideas on how you can keep your child busy in this long holiday. First some context.

March 2016 remains fresh in my memory. A 43 year old […] Read more